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Former US President Bill Clinton Hospitalized For Infection

Former US President Bill Clinton was hospitalized Tuesday at the Irvine Medical Center in California for an infection “not related to COVID-19,” as reported by his spokesman, Angel Ureña, on Thursday.

The former president has been diagnosed with an infection and given “intravenous liquid antibiotics,” the US network CBS News pointed out.

“On Tuesday night, President Clinton was admitted to the UCI Medical Center for treatment for an infection not related to COVID-19. He is recovering, in a good mood and incredibly grateful to the doctors, nurses and the staff who are giving him excellent care, “said Ureña on his social networks.

Thus, after two days of treatment, Clinton is “responding well to antibiotics” and her white blood cell count is returning to normal. “We hope that he will go home soon,” the doctors of the former mandarin have pointed out, the CNN chain picks up.

In addition, the health personnel who treat Clinton are in “constant communication” with the former president’s medical team based in New York.

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