Boris Johnson’s half brother has branded the Prime Minister’s coronavirus treatment in Downing Street a ‘shambles’ after claiming he was not examined by a doctor before hospitalisation. Max Johnson, 35, said his elder sibling’s medical care during his 10 days in self-isolation had been woeful. In a rare intervention, the Hong Kong-based businessman weighed in after the PM was moved from intensive care and was last night revealed to be making ‘very good progress’. Casting a withering eye over the PM’s stint in isolation, Max told CNN: ‘From what I gather, and I wasn’t there, no one asked a doctor to mask up and physically examine him the whole time – more than 10 days.’ ‘He’d tested positive so there was no doubt what he was dealing with. The word ‘shambles’ comes to mind.’ He added it was ridiculous that the head of government is flanked by a phalanx of bodyguards but is not examined by a medic. Responding to the remarks, a Number 10 source stressed that the PM had been in contact with his doctor and had access to medical advice when he was confined to his Downing Street flat. Mr Johnson was admitted to hospital last Sunday with… Read full this story
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