Kim Hjelmgaard, USA TODAY Published 5:26 a.m. ET April 10, 2020 | Updated 11:38 a.m. ET April 10, 2020CLOSE United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care at St. Thomas’ Hospital in London, England due to COVID-19. USA TODAYLONDON – Prime Minister Boris Johnson must be allowed to “rest up” before getting back to work after he was moved out of intensive care for coronavirus to a regular hospital ward, the British leader’s father said in an interview on Friday. Johnson’s 79-year-old father Stanley said he felt “tremendously grateful obviously on behalf of the family, Boris’s family, my family, family members all over the place, and also, of course, amazingly thankful as well” for his son’s improving condition.COVID-19 lessons from around the world: Iceland has tested more of its population for coronavirus than anywhere else. Here’s what it learned”Relief is the right word,” he said in a BBC radio interview.But he warned that his son needed a period of recuperation before returning to work. “He has to take time. I cannot believe you can walk away from this and get straight back to Downing Street and pick up the reins without a period of readjustment,” he said. Johnson is the first major

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