GOOD wishes for Boris Johnson have poured in from MPs across the Black Country as the Prime Minister battles coronavirus.

Mr Johnson was transferred to intensive care in St Thomas hospital in central London on Monday night as his coronavirus symptoms worsened.

The Prime Minister extended his self-isolation last Friday and was admitted to hospital on Sunday night due to persistent Covid-19 symptoms.

Messages wishing the Prime Minister a speedy recovery have poured in from around the world from globe, with President Donald Trump and German President Angela Merkel sending messages of goodwill.

MP's from across the Black Country have taken to Twitter to share the messages of support for Mr Johnson, who is said to be in "good spirits" and not on a ventilator.

Marco Longhi, MP for Dudley North, wrote: "My thoughts and prayers are with the Prime Minister and his family at this time. Our NHS medics are doing an amazing job and wishing for a speedy recovery."

He added: "Get well soon boss. The country needs you."

Stourbridge MP Suzanne Webb passed on her best wishes to the Prime Minister and his fiancee Carrie Symonds, who is pregnant with their child and is also recovering from suspected coronavirus.

Mike Wood MP, who represents Dudley South, paid his thanks to everyone who has sent him best wishes for the Prime Minister as he battles Covid-19.

Mr Wood tweeted: "Thank you to everybody who has contacted me with their prayers and best wishes for @BorisJohnson and @carriesymonds. We are sending all of our love to both of them and wish them a very speedy recovery and strength during this extremely difficult time."

Halesowen and Rowley Regis MP James Morris, who serves as a Whip in Boris Johnson's government, added his best wishes.

He tweeted: "Sending my good wishes to @BorisJohnson this morning, and all the NHS staff looking after him. Hope he pulls through and makes a full recovery."