Senator Chris Van Hollen discharged from hospital after stroke


Democratic Senator Chris Van Hollen has been discharged from the hospital after being admitted to George Washington University Hospital in Washington, DC. “Minor Stroke” A week ago.

The 63-year-old Maryland senator tweeted about returning home on Sunday afternoon.

Van Hollen wrote, “I’m really excited to be back home after a long week.” “Thank you for everyone’s generous support and the dedicated care of the GW team.”

Van Hollen announced on May 15 that he suffered a stroke during a speech. He said tests revealed that he had a “mild stroke” and would continue observation with “due attention”. At the time, Van Hollen said there was “no long-term impact or damage from this incident.”

Van Hollen isn’t the only celebrity politician under 65 who was recently hospitalized for a stroke. Another Democratic senator, Ben Ray Luzan, 49, of New Mexico, underwent surgery to relieve swelling in his brain. after he had a stroke earlier this year. He did not return to the Senate for about a month.

Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman, running for the Senate from that state, suffered a stroke on May 13, days before the state’s primary elections. While in the hospital, he won the Democratic primary and received a pacemaker implanted with a defibrillator. 52 years old, has been released since.

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