After being admitted to the hospital for a non-COVID-related infection, Former President Bill Clinton is being discharged after receiving treatment, his spokesman shared Sunday morning.
Clinton, 75, was checked into the UC Irvine Medical Center in California on Tuesday. An aide to Clinton shared that he had a urological infection that spread into his bloodstream, resulting in the hospital stay, the Associated Press reported.
Clinton was met by his wife and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the hospital on Saturday.
President Joe Biden shared during his remarks at the University of Connecticut that he had spoken with Clinton.
"He's doing fine; he really is," Biden said.
"He's not in any serious condition," Biden said. "He is getting out shortly, as I understand it. Whether that's tomorrow or the next day, I don't know."
Now, Clinton is set to travel across the country back to his home in New York, where he will finish his course of antibiotics, Dr. Alpesh Amin said in a statement.
Amin was one of several doctors who were treating the former president. He also added that the former president's fever and white blood cell count are back to normal, CNBC reported.