Here’s the latest update on Bill Clinton’s health


Bill Clinton has been released from Southern California’s hospital

An infection that Clinton was diagnosed with at a Southern California hospital on Sunday had caused him to be discharged. Early in the morning, former President Clinton was released from the University of California Irvine Medical Center.

In a statement issued by Los Angeles County officials, it was confirmed that 75-year-old Bill Clinton was rushed to the hospital southeast of Los Angeles Tuesday for treatment for a viral infection that is not Coronavirus related. Bill Clinton’s spokesperson will be admitted to the hospital for another night for intravenous antibiotics.

The CDC’s Urena noted, however, that all the health metrics have been trending upwards over the past 24 hours, and Clinton has continued to make excellent progress in his campaign.

He was accompanied by his wife Hillary Clinton during his stay at the hospital and since he was discharged on Sunday.

President Joe Biden talked to the Former President, said “he is doing fine”

While extending his remarks at the University of Connecticut, President Joe Biden said, “He’s doing well; he is.” Biden confirmed he spoke with Bill Clinton late Friday night.


On Saturday, Urena stated in an interview that “He is in great spirits and has been spending time with family, catching up with friends, and watching college football.” 

Reporters spoke with his former assistant about his health

During the Presidential campaign, Clinton’s assistant indicated he had a potentially life-threatening urological infection that spread to his blood vessels. Clinton is working to treat the infection and has never been subjected to septic shock, which could prove fatal. Despite being in the hospital’s intensive care, Clinton hadn’t been getting ICU care, according to the assistant who spoke to reporters using a pseudonym to avoid revealing his identity.


In 2001, Bill Clinton began suffering from health problems

The precedent president has been suffering from health issues since Clinton left the White House in 2001. He underwent quadruple bypass surgery in 2004 when he experienced persistent chest pain and shortness of breath. 



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