Bill Clinton “is fine”; Out of Hospital Soon, Says Joe Biden The former US President was admitted to a California hospital on Tuesday with an infection unrelated to COVID19. California: Bill Clinton is fine and soon to be released from a southern California hospital where he is being treated for an infection, said President Joe Biden. During a speech at the University of Connecticut on Friday, Biden said he spoke to Clinton and the former president is “broadcasting his best.” “He’s fine, he really is,” said Biden. “He’s not in serious condition,” said Biden. “He’ll be out soon, as I understand it. Whether it’s tomorrow or the day after, I don’t know. Clinton, 75, was admitted to the University of California’s Irvine Medical Center, southeast of Los Angeles, on Tuesday with an infection, which has nothing to do with COVID19, his spokesman said. Blood flow, but he is recovering and has never suffered septic shock, a life-threatening condition. Clinton’s spokesman Angel Ureña said Friday Clinton would stay in the hospital overnight to get more antibiotics through a vein. “All health indicators are going in the right direction, including its white blood cells, which have dropped significantly,” Ureña said in a statement. Be in the best of spirits and deeply grateful for the excellent care he receives and the good wishes that people from all over the United States and around the world have sent, “the statement read. Clinton said he was in one Nursing Department; he was not in intensive care. Clinton read books and watched TV reports about his hospital stay, the assistant said. Hillary Clinton was hospitalized with him, but his daughter, Chelsea Clinton, was not. In the years since Clinton was in the White House After leaving 2001, the former president had health problems. In 2004, he underwent four persistent chest pain and shortness of breath, returned to the hospital for a partial lung collapse in 2005, and a pair of coronary artery stents were implanted in 2010. A diet where he lost weight and reported better health. Clinton returned repeatedly to the stump during his failed presidential run in 2008, advocating for Democratic candidates, particularly his wife Hillary. And in 2016, when Hillary Clinton ran Bill for the White House as Democratic candidate. Clinton – now a grandfather and in his late 70s – returned to the election campaigns.