The British Prime Minsister, who had been in hospital for more than a week, has been discharged on Sunday evening, 12th April 2020.

"I have today left hospital after a week in which the NHS (National Health Scheme) has saved my life - no question. Its hard to find words to express my debt"

He went on to acknowledge the personal courage of not just the doctors and nurses but everyone involved from the cleaner, cooks, and healthcare workers of every description such radiographers, physicists and pharmacists who had risked their lives every single day, putting themselves in harm's way fighting for his life and that of others.

It may have been a happy Easter for the Minister, but the fight still continues for the United Kingdom as a whole. With over 737 newly recorded deaths, over 10 000 lives have been claimed by the virus as from Sunday, 12th May 2020.

Dr Emma Coombe, (UK National Health Service) stated on Al Jazeera News that NHS should not be regarded as heroes/martyrs who are going to die in the libe of duty. "We just want to be protected so that we can do our jobs."

Written by Tevin NKS

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