VIDEO: UK PM Boris Johnson’s Emotional Message After Leaving The Hospital and Surviving COVID-19

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“It is hard to find the words to express my debt to the NHS for saving my life” the UK Prime Minister tweeted shortly after being released from the hospital Sunday afternoon. Mr. Johnson was in intensive care battling the coronavirus, but fortunately survived and was released from the hospital. The PM recorded an emotional and personal video to the public [watch below].

Boris Johnson Video Message After Leaving Hospital

Mr. Johnson begins the video with these words: “I today left hospital after a week in which the NHS has saved my life – no question.”

He goes on to thank the British public for adhereing to the #StayHomeSaveLives rules: “When the sun is out and when the whole natural world seems at its loveliest and the outdoors is so inviting, I can only imagine how tough it has been to follow the rules on social distancing.”

“So many millions across this country have been doing the right thing.”

The PM offered some hopeful words, “although the struggle is by no means over, we are now making progress in this incredible national battle against coronavirus.”

We will win because our NHS is the beating heart of this country. It is the best of this country. It is unconquerable. It is powered by love.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson

PM Johnson Thanks The Medical Staff By Name

“I want to pay my own thanks to the utterly brilliant doctors, leaders in their fields …. who took some crucial decisions a few days ago which I will be grateful for the rest of my life.”

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The Prime Minister then gives a shout out to two nurses who helped him during his battle with the virus: “And I hope they won’t mind if I mention in particular two nurses who stood by my bedside for 48 hours when things could have gone either way. They’re Jenny from New Zealand in Invercargill on the South Island to be exact, and Louis from Portugal near Porto. And the reason in the end my body did start to get enough oxygen was because for every second of the night they were watching and they were thinking and they were caring and making the interventions I needed.”

Mr. Johnson ends his message with a huge shout out to the NHS: “We will win because our NHS is the beating heart of this country.”

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