Johnson after hospital release: NHS is 'beating heart' of Britain





London (dpa) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has referred to the country's National Health Service (NHS) as "unconquerable" after spending a week in a London hospital battling Covid-19, the respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus.



"In that past seven days I have of course seen the pressure that the NHS is under," Johnson said in a video message posted to his Twitter account.
"I have seen the personal courage, not just of the doctors and nurses, but of everyone - the cleaners, the cooks, the health care workers of every description," he said. "The NHS is the beating heart of this country, it is unconquerable, it is powered by love."

Sunday, April 12th 2020
(dpa)
           


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