Former United States President Bill Clinton remains in a California hospital today recovering from a non-coronavirus infection three days after being admitted.
Clinton, 75, was admitted to Irvine University Medical Center on Tuesday night to be treated for the infection, according to spokesman Angel Ourenia. Clinton is "recovering," Urenia said.
"She is OK, she is joking and charming the hospital staff," Ourenia told Reuters yesterday.
Bill Clinton was admitted to the hospital with symptoms of fatigue and has been given intravenous both antibiotics and fluids, his doctors said. CNN reported that his doctors believe that Clinton had a urinary tract infection, which spread to the circulatory system.
Wife Hillary Clinton was in the hospital last night and was later seen leaving.
Joe Biden: Bill Clinton seems to be doing well
US President Joe Biden said today that Bill Clinton's health seems to be going well after the former president was admitted to hospital for an infection.
"I know you're asking about President Clinton," said Biden, who plans to speak with Clinton later today during an event to present his financial agenda.
"It seems that, God willing, he is doing well."