Jersey's Chief Minister has joined world leaders in sending messages of goodwill to Boris Johnson.
The UK Prime Minister has been in Intensive Care at a central London hospital overnight after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been asked to deputise for the Prime Minister, chairing this morning's 'war cabinet' to discuss the evolving pandemic.
Senator John Le Fondré says he wishes Boris a full recovery and a swift return to Downing Street.
Deputy Chief Minister, Senator Lyndon Farnham, paid his own respects; saying he hopes and prays the PM comes through this ordeal as quickly as possible.
St Saviour Deputy, Kevin Pamplin, also joined in the tributes:
Thoughts go out to the UK Prime Minister @BorisJohnson & all his family & loved ones as we receive the news that he’s been taken into ICU as his conditioned worsened today. He is in the wonderful care of the NHS who will care for him like our care workers have for all affected— Kevin (@KevinPamplin) April 6, 2020