Hylton Murray-Philipson lost his father to Covid-19 while he himself was in hospital on a ventilator fighting the virus.
Hylton was taken to the hospital just one day after he lost his father to the same virus, while his mother and sister were hospitalized just days later.
Number 10 have released the latest briefing on Boris Johnson's circumstances after being admitted to intensive care.
The Prime Minister was moved to ICU after his condition worsened and he was having problems with his breathing.
In the governments daily briefing, Rishi Sunak said the Prime Minister is 'responding to treatment' but he remains in intensive care.
Michael Gove said he was shaken to hear his friend and colleague Boris Johnson had been taken into intensive care yesterday.
Joining Piers and Susanna on Good Morning Britain, Gove revealed that it was a huge shock to hear Johnson had been admitted to ICU as his condition worsened.
After questions over who would be running the country while Johnson recovered, Gove confirmed the Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab would be chairing the 'important meetings' today.
He also offered a deep message of support to his colleague in the hope that he would make a full recovery.
Nicola Sturgeon says the former Scottish Chief Medical Officer Catherine Calderwood made a big mistake by breaking coronavirus lockdown rules.
Dr Calderwood stepped down after being found to have broken the lockdown advice she was giving by visiting her second home in Fife.
It came to light that Calderwood had travelled to her holiday home on two separate occasions and she resigned from her post after apologising at a press conference.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Calderwood could not carry on in her position after undermining the public advice the government was giving.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been admitted to hospital for coronavirus tests, Downing Street has said.
The PM tested positive for the virus 10 days ago and has been in self-isolation ever since - but his symptoms have continued to "persist".
Number 10 said Mr Johnson was taken to hospital as a “precautionary step” on the advice of his doctor.
Matt Hancock reaffirmed his promise to deliver 100,000 coronavirus tests a day by the end of this month.
The Health Secretary confirmed the government has pledged to test 100,000 people a day by the end of April but first it needs to validate the legitimacy of the tests.
Hancock repeated the phrase heard from several government ministers that 'no test is better than a bad test'.
He said that he has already had to refuse to purchase a number of tests because they have failed to pass regulations for accuracy.
Farmers have called on the public to come forward and help pick fresh fruit and vegetables to feed Britain.
The Feed the Nation campaign is asking people to take up paid roles on local farms picking fresh food to get it to supermarkets and stop it being left to rot in fields during the coronavirus pandemic.
You can get involved here: https://www.concordiavolunteers.org.uk/feed-the-nation