Boris Johnson “absolutely needed” to be in ICU
The Prime Minister “absolutely needed” to be in intensive care, the nurse who helped saved him has said.
Jenny McGee from Invercargill, New Zealand was thanked by name by Mr Johnson in a social media video he posted after he left hospital earlier this month.
In her first interview since looking after the Prime Minister for two nights, Ms McGee has said Mr Johnson did not receive preferential treatment.
She told TVNZ: “Absolutely not. We take it very seriously who comes into intensive care, these patients who come into us. It’s a very scary thing for them so we don’t take it lightly and he absolutely needed to be there.”
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Ms McGee has said Mr Johnson did not receive preferential treatment.
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