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Former President Bill Clinton was released on Sunday from a Southern California hospital where he had been admitted a few days earlier for an infection.

Clinton, 75, was released from the University of California Irvine Medical Center around 8 a.m. after being admitted Tuesday with a COVID-19-related infection, officials said.


Bill Clinton to stay in hospital for another night, take antibiotics, says spokesperson

Hillary Clinton leaves with her husband on Sunday, Associated Press informed of.

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An aide to the former president told the AP that Clinton had a urinary infection that had spread to his bloodstream, and that he was in an intensive care section of the hospital, but was not receiving ICU care.

President Joe Biden said Friday night at the University of Connecticut that he had spoken to Clinton, and the former president was “doing fine.”