According to reports, John Fetterman, a United States senator, was receiving therapy for depressive disorders and anxiety at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and is slated to return to work the week of April 17th.
The media reported last Wednesday that individuals close to the senator from Pennsylvania said he had made a full recovery and is eager to return to work.
A close aide to the senator told CNN that he is doing very well and that the senator will be as or even better than his days after the stroke.
Pennsylvania Democrat Senator Bob Casey told the media that he had just visited Fetterman. He did not feel competent to provide a written report on his comrade, but he was encouraged by how well he seemed to be doing.His looks and voice were very outstanding. In fact, I have a feeling that he’ll be healthier after his stroke than he was before it. According to Casey, he’s in excellent physical condition.
Senator Timothy Kaine (D-VA) predicted that Democrat Sen. Dianne Feinstein would also resume work around the same time as Fetterman. Kaine said that is what was being suggested. According to a report, Feinstein has been conspicuously absent from the legislative body since her February announcement that she had been afflicted with shingles.
Reports reveal that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has also been out of commission for the last several weeks after breaking his rib and sustaining a concussion in a fall.
According to a report, Senator Mitch McConnell was taken to the hospital earlier this month after tripping and falling at a dinner function. He spent many days recuperating in the hospital. Following that, he started attending in-patient physical therapy sessions.
McConnell has experienced several injuries. In 2019, he fell at his house in Kentucky, breaking his shoulder.