Fetterman Could Remain In Hospital ‘More Than A Month’

  • John Fetterman was sworn in as a senator from Pennsylvania on Jan. 3. On Feb. 8, after 36 days in office, Fetterman was admitted to George Washington University Hospital in Washington after experiencing symptoms he and those around him feared might indicate a stroke. Tests showed he did not have a stroke, and Fetterman was released after two nights in the hospital.
  • On Feb. 15, after 43 days in office, Fetterman checked himself into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for treatment of depression. He is still there.
  • Over the weekend, the Wall Street Journal reported that Fetterman “could remain hospitalized for more than a month.”
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