Nurses have joined Brits in urging Boris Johnson to get well soon after he was rushed to intensive care with coronavirus.
NHS workers have shown their support for the PM with messages on social media and pictures holding up get well signs onwards.
Meanwhile, dozens of Twitter users have urged the nation to salute the PM with a ‘Clap for Boris’ at 8 pm tonight.
It will follow the nationwide ‘Clap for Carers’ tributes which have seen thousands of people honor NHS workers on their doorsteps over the last two weeks.
‘RIGHT BEHIND YOU BORIS’
Tory supporter Darcy Iveson-Berkley shared a photo on Twitter of medics holding up placards to Mr. Boris Johnson.
He wrote – Get well wishes from George Eliot hospital Nuneaton. How lovely is this! Everyone’s right behind you Boris.
Meanwhile, thousands of Brits have tweeted their support using the hashtag #PrayForBoris as Mr. Johnson battles the deadly bug in St Thomas’ Hospital, South London.
Taking to Twitter to show his support last night, one user, Dillon Hughes-Moretti wrote – Hang in there Boris. Your friends, family, colleagues and your country desperately needs you.
Tom Edwards wrote – Mr. Johnson, now more than ever in your lifetime your country needs you.
Come on, old boy. You’ve got this.
The PM Boris Johnson, who was admitted to hospital on Sunday, was transferred to intensive care last night as his coronavirus symptoms dramatically worsened.