The British government has launched a campaign to help domestic violence victims during the coronavirus lockdown following an increase in the number seeking assistanceBy PAN PYLAS Associated PressApril 11, 2020, 6:51 PM4 min readLONDON — The British government on Saturday launched a campaign to help domestic violence victims during the coronavirus lockdown following an increase in the number seeking assistance, while figures showed that the number of people in the U.K. dying after testing positive for COVID-19 neared 10,000. Home Secretary Priti Patel also said that Prime Minister Boris Johnson needs to take time to rest and recuperate following his three-day stint in intensive care with COVID-19. Patel said it was “vital” that the prime minister, who remains in a London hospital for a seventh night, returned to full health. Johnson “continues to make very good progress” at St. Thomas’ hospital, his office at 10 Downing Street said in a statement. Johnson was hospitalized on April 5 and was transferred to the intensive care unit the following day where he received oxygen, but wasn’t put on a ventilator. He spent three nights there before moving back to a regular ward on Thursday evening. Patel, who was hosting her first daily


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