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6 hours ago, donnacha said:

and probably getting a lot more attention than most patients

yes they give his ventilator extra voltage to make it work better

 

he is in an ICU - simple

 

If you are trying to say that ICU doctors won't try so hard to save other peoples lives you are gravely mistaken  

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10 minutes ago, FarFlungFalang said:

Confidential medical information is none of our business.Boris may not have taken this virus seriously but the virus is taking Boris seriously.I just like the way he wears his hair.

Not ordinarily, true, normally confidential medical information should stay confidential.

 

However, this is a politically exposed person, a public figure, and the prime minister of the UK, the leader of the government.

 

It could be said that as a public figure his condition is a legitimate public interest.

 

So far a lot of his treatment was leaked, like that he needed oxygen. Would they go so far as to release information that he was a on a ventilator though? Maybe they would keep that confidential.

 

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Nip said:

You better get in contact with the UK media and let them know. The old newshound John Snow of Channel 4 a few hours ago said at all stages the number 10 press office have played down ie have back one step and said Borris was in Intensive care on a ventilator. And wouldnt be in IC if he wasnt on a ventilator. That the speed in which things were happening it was clear Borris was gravely ill and the fact his girlfriend could not visit him was ery distressing for her.

when skynews make a statement they do what they usually do and fill in some blanks of their own, please keep us all informed with your Boris bedside vigil, not all of us have that kind of access to the UK Prime Minister 

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1 minute ago, smedly said:

They have adhered to every changing conditions under medical advice which can change from day to day 

What don't you understand about this?:

"Boris Johnson said three weeks before his Covid-19 diagnosis that he was "shaking hands with everybody," including coronavirus patients, and would continue to do so — despite scientific advice warning against the greeting.

The prime minister tested positive for the virus on Friday as the latest UK politician to contract Covid-19, along with health secretary Matt Hancock.

In the early days of March, Mr Johnson appeared to have a casual attitude towards the virus as European leaders began warning their citizens to stop unnecessary social contact when greeting people."

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/coronavirus-boris-johnson-positive-test-health-advice-shaking-hands-hospital-hancock-a9430231.html

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Just now, UbonThani said:

Strange thing to do.

Well, he's not the only prominent political leader to flout the rules suggested by scientists.

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Read the title ........ thought the pound will be well up.

It wasn't!

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wish him well and that we will all have a good laugh when it's over

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58 minutes ago, bristolboy said:

What don't you understand about this?:

"Boris Johnson said three weeks before his Covid-19 diagnosis that he was "shaking hands with everybody," including coronavirus patients, and would continue to do so — despite scientific advice warning against the greeting.

The prime minister tested positive for the virus on Friday as the latest UK politician to contract Covid-19, along with health secretary Matt Hancock.

In the early days of March, Mr Johnson appeared to have a casual attitude towards the virus as European leaders began warning their citizens to stop unnecessary social contact when greeting people."

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/coronavirus-boris-johnson-positive-test-health-advice-shaking-hands-hospital-hancock-a9430231.html

Didn't he say the UK public should take the impact of the virus on the chin?

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