Doctors have said that former U.S President George HW Bush is no longer in danger and can be moved from the intensive care unit.
The former President was admitted with pneumonia at a hospital in Houston, Texas on 14th January but will soon be going back home, reports BBC News.
The 92-year-old’s health is normalizing and has even been taken off a ventilator that assisted him breathe.
Also, his 91-year-old wife Barbara Bush was discharged from the same hospital after having been hospitalized with bronchitis.
The two have been married for 72 years, making them the longest US couples to have stayed together in the history of US Presidents.
The former first lady was told by Doctors at Houston Methodist Hospital to go home on Sunday. However, she chose to stay a day longer to be close to her husband as she fully recovers.
“They really, truly are therapy for each other,” Dr Amy Mynderse said.
The 1989 to 1993 US president has been struck with a number of health complications. In 2015 he was admitted for one week at a hospital in the US state of Maine after having fallen and broken a neck bone. Apart from that, Mr. Bush suffers from a form of Parkinson’s disease and uses a wheelchair.