Bill Clinton was admitted Tuesday night to the University of California Irvine Medical Center to “be treated for a non-covid infection.”
The former President of the United States Bill Clinton, 75, was hospitalized in a hospital in California for treatment of a non-covid-19-related infection, his spokesman said Thursday.
Clinton was admitted Tuesday night to the Irvine Medical Center at the University of California to “be treated for a non-covid infection”, said the spokesman Angel Ureña, in a statement released in the Twitter.
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According to the spokesperson, who did not provide further information on the cause of the infection, Clinton “is recovering, is in a good mood and is incredibly grateful to the doctors, nurses and staff, who provide him with excellent care”.
In turn, the hospital’s medical team assured that the former President is recovering and that may be discharged soon, in a statement also released by Clinton’s spokesman.
“President Clinton was taken to UC Irvine Medical Center and diagnosed with an infection. He was admitted to the hospital to be closely monitored and given intravenous antibiotics and fluids”, explained doctors Lisa Bardack and Alpesh Amin, in the note.
Doctors added that “after two days of treatment, Clinton’s white blood cell count” “is declining” and that the former US President “is respond well to antibiotics”.
In the note, the California hospital doctors also needed that the former president “remains in the hospital to continue to be monitored”, stating that they are “in permanent contact” with Clinton’s medical team in New York, “including his own cardiologist”.
“We hope you come home soon”, concluded.
Bill Clinton was President of the United States from 1993 to 2001.