News

Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the hospital for chills and fever, Supreme Court says

closeVideoFox News Flash top headlines for Nov. 23

Fox-News-Flash-top-headlines for Nov. 23 are here. Check out what you click on Foxnews.com

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was admitted to the Johns Hopkins Hospital on Friday evening after the experience with chills and fever, the Supreme court said on Saturday night.

Ginsburg, 86, was the first to be evaluated, at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, DC, before transferring to Johns Hopkins for further evaluation and treatment of a possible infection, the Supreme court said in a press release.

Your symptoms have subsided after intravenous antibiotics and fluid and you will be expected to be discharged from the hospital as early as Sunday morning, according to the release.

Ginsburg has suffered a number of stays in hospital recently.

RUTH BADER GINSBERG WILL FIND SUPREME COURT ARGUMENTS DUE TO ILLNESS

You missed oral arguments before the high court on Nov. 13 — you almost never — because of a stomach bug.

Ginsburg also had two separate battles with cancer in the past year. Your recovery from lung cancer, caused you to miss court sessions in January, her first time to do this in your quarter of a century as a justice.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FOX NEWS APP

In August, she had the radiation treatment for a tumor on her pancreas.

Follow us

Don't be shy, get in touch. We love meeting interesting people and making new friends.

Most popular