Former President Bill Clinton (75) status improved

The situation of former US President Bill Clinton (75) has improved. According to his spokesman, Angel Urena, Clinton has made excellent progress and is expected to be discharged from hospital on Sunday.

He is full of good spirits and has spent time with his family and friends and watched American football, said Urena. His wife, former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, visited him on Saturday.

The former president was admitted to the Irvine Medical Center in California on Tuesday night due to a urinary tract infection that spread to the bloodstream. He allegedly reported to the hospital during a visit to the U.S. state for fatigue.

Clinton, who served as the President of the United States between 1993 and 2001, received antibiotics and, according to his doctors, was closely monitored.

According to CNN, he was in intensive care. This would be to ensure its security and privacy. The seriousness of his situation would have played no part in this.