Prime Minister Boris Johnson, a nurse named Louis Pieterma, who was known for caring for Covit-19 when he was hospitalized, was decorated by the President in London this Friday, June 1st.
Pidorma was decorated with the Order of Merit by Marcelo Rebello de Souza.
“It’s a recognition of the hard work and effort I put in over the years.
Shortly after being liberated from St.. Thomas, who was admitted to hospital in London for a week in April 2020 with worsening symptoms, including three nights in intensive care, posted a video on social networking site Twitter thanking various health professionals who believed Boris Johnson had saved his life. Life highlights the Portuguese, whom he called “Louis, from Portugal.”
Boris Johnson thanked the Portuguese nurse who was by his side for 48 hours
“I took care of the Prime Minister like any other person,” said Pitharma, who shared the distinction with many Portuguese nurses working in the UK: “I hope my colleagues do a better job than I do. I did.”
Two years after the incident, he revealed that the case was still a cause for “jokes” with colleagues, but he did not hide his anger at the recent scandal involving illegal parties during the epidemics at Johnson’s Downing Street.
“I do not think this is a good move. The British people and all the people who have tried to fight this epidemic, especially in the UK, need a little more consideration and a little more respect,” he said.
Boris Johnson has already responded to these results. He talks about the union, and he says “I will continue with the agenda.”
At an event celebrating Portuguese Day with the Portuguese community in London, dancer Marcelino Sambe was honored with the military command hero status of Sant’Iago da Espada.
Marcelino Sambe became the Royal Ballet’s leading dancer in the United Kingdom
Regina Duarte, general coordinator of education in the United Kingdom, founder of the Anglo-Portuguese school in London, and educator Susanna Frazo Pinheiro have been appointed commissioners of the Public Education Commission.
The President is in London from today until Sunday to celebrate Portugal Day with the Portuguese community in the United Kingdom.
When he took over as head of state in 2016, Marcelo Rebello de Souza, along with Antonio Costa, launched the unprecedented model of double celebrations on June 10, first in Portugal and then in Portuguese communities. Abroad.
In 2016 they were held between Lisbon and Paris, in 2017 between Porto and Brazil, in 2018 between the Azores and USA and in 2019 between Portalegra and Cape Verde. 2020 and last year, due to the Govt-19 epidemic, Marcelo and Costa stopped participating in 10D Junho outside the country.
On Saturday, the President will start breakfast at the Anglo-Portuguese School in London and then proceed to Royal Prompton & Harfield Hospital to have lunch with representatives of the Portuguese community associated with the arts.
In the afternoon, Marcelo Rebello de Souza arrives at Imperial College – the last point of the official program so far defined. On Sunday, at 12:00, the President leaves for Andorra.
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