British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was taken to St Thomas Hospital intensive care unit after he was found to be struggling with the Coronavirus.
According to British media, authorities say that after the deterioration of nature, Boris Johnson was transferred to the intensive care unit as a "precautionary measure".
Foreign Minister Dominic Robb will assume his responsibilities in the absence of the Prime Minister.
Boris Johnson was hospitalized Sunday night, showing signs of the Coronavirus ten days ago.
The important news comes at a time when the number of virus deaths in Western Europe has exceeded the US death toll of 10,000, after which the global number has risen to 74,600 and more than 1.3 million confirmed cases have been reported.
In harsh warnings from both sides of the Atlantic, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the European Union is facing its biggest test while US officials say the Americans like the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.
In Europe, the number of virus-related cases is now declining, with 833 deaths recorded in France on Monday and 636 in Italy.
"We have not yet reached the end," said the French Minister of Health Oliver Warren.
The 55-year-old British Prime Minister was hospitalized on Sunday, March 27, after being diagnosed with a new Coronavirus and living in her autopsy in her Downing Street flat.
Boris Johnson was transferred to intensive care at a time when the number of casualties in the country has grown to 5,000 and has increased to 400 in one day.
"During the afternoon, the prime minister's condition deteriorated and, on the advice of his medical team, he was transferred to the hospital's intensive care unit," a statement from Downing Street said.
Several world leaders expressed concern and prayed for this progress.
US President Donald Trump expressed concern that "all Americans are asking for their well-being".