Mr. Biden talked about Mr. Clinton's health

US President Joe Biden said former President Bill Clinton's health is stable and will soon leave the Irvine Medical Center of the University of California, where Clinton is being treated.

On October 16, US President Joe Biden said that former President Bill Clinton's health condition is stable and will soon leave the Irvine Medical Center of the University of California, according to the South China Morning Post. In a speech at the University of Connecticut, Mr. Biden said: "His condition is very good. It really is."

Former US President Bill Clinton. Photo: GETTY
Former US President Bill Clinton. Photo: GETTY

Mr. Biden also said that Mr. Clinton is not in serious condition and will be discharged from the hospital soon.

Mr. Clinton, 75, was hospitalized on October 12 with an infection unrelated to COVID-19. An aide to the former president said he had a urinary tract infection that had spread to his bloodstream, but he was recovering and was not in septic shock - a potentially life-threatening condition. Also on October 16, Clinton spokesman Angel Ureña said the former president would stay in the hospital overnight to receive more intravenous antibiotics. "All health indicators are trending in the right direction. His lymphatic count has decreased significantly," the spokesman said.

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