Bill Clinton Responds to Concerns Over His Health

Bill Clinton Responds to Concerns Over His Health

( – Late last week, news broke that former President Bill Clinton had been admitted to the intensive care unit at the University of California Irvine Medical Center due to a urinary tract infection. Clinton reportedly did not have COVID-19. He has now returned home after his stay in the hospital, and he took to Twitter on Thursday, October 21, to offer an update on his progress.

Clinton (75) thanked his followers for the “outpouring of support” he received during his hospital stay. He also thanked the medical professionals who had treated him during his illness, offering a special mention for the doctor who oversaw his treatment.

According to a spokesperson, Clinton became ill after a urological infection spread to his bloodstream. He did not go into septic shock at any point.

This was not Clinton’s first serious health scare since his departure from the White House in 2001. He required quadruple bypass surgery in 2004 and went back under the knife in 2005 with a partially collapsed lung. In 2010, surgeons implanted two stents in his coronary artery.

In the video, Clinton says he remains committed to doing as much as he can for America and states that all of us have an “important role” to play when it comes to shaping our shared future.

Copyright 2021,