Reuters File Photo: Former U.S. President Bill Clinton attends a meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Action Network in San Juan, Puerto Rico on February 18, 2020.
By Dan Whitcomb
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Former President Bill Clinton, 5, was admitted to an Irvine hospital in California two days ago, where he was being treated for a non-covid-1 infection, a spokesman said Thursday.
“On Tuesday evening, former President Bill Clinton was admitted to UCI Medical Center for treatment of a non-covid infection,” Clinton spokeswoman Angel Urena said on Twitter (NYSE :).
Urena said, “She is healthy, in good spirits and is extremely grateful to the doctors, nurses and staff who are providing her with excellent care.”
Clinton’s doctor, Dr. Alpesh Amin and Dr. Lisa Bardak said in a statement that she was “hospitalized for intensive care and given IV antibiotics and fluids.”
“He is in the hospital for constant monitoring,” the doctors added in a statement. “After two days of treatment, his white blood cell count is declining and he is responding well to antibiotics.”
They added: “We hope he gets home soon.”
CNN reported that Clinton, a Democrat who was president from 1993-2001, was in the intensive care unit, primarily to give her privacy, and she was not on the breathing machine, according to doctors at the former president of the University of California, Irvine Medical Center, California.
According to CNN, his condition is not related to his previous heart problems or Covid-1 to.
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