Former President Bill Clinton hospitalized but ‘on the mend’: NPR

Former President Bill Clinton speaks during Hank Aaron’s funeral in Atlanta earlier this year.

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Former President Bill Clinton speaks during Hank Aaron’s funeral in Atlanta earlier this year.

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Former President Bill Clinton was hospitalized at the University of California, Irvine Medical Center with a “non-Covid infection,” his spokesperson said.

“He is improving, in good spirits, and is very grateful to the doctors, nurses and staff who provide him with excellent care,” said spokesperson, Angel Urena, He wrote in a statement issued on Twitter.

Statement from Dr. Albish Amin and Lisa Bardak say Clinton, 75, was admitted “for close monitoring and given antibiotics and intravenous fluids. He remains in the hospital for ongoing monitoring.”

“After two days of treatment, his white blood cell count is going down and he is responding well to antibiotics. The California medical team has been in regular contact with the president’s medical team in New York, including his cardiologist. We hope to get him home soon.”

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