Taipei--Former President Lee Teng-hui (???), who was suffering recently from a bout of flu, was discharged from hospital Thursday, according to Taipei Veterans General Hospital.
Chen Yun-liang(???), Lee's attending physician, said the 94-year-old former president was now in good health after being admitted to hospital on Feb. 3.
Lee's office director Wang Yan-chun (???) said the former president had developed a mild fever and a cough during the Chinese New Year holiday and went to the doctor on Feb. 2.
The doctor advised hospitalization for a period of observation after it was found that Lee's inflammatory index was slightly elevated, Wang said.
Lee, who served as president between 1988 and 2000, suffered a stroke in 2015 and was hospitalized at that time. He was also hospitalized for one night last September after he fell ill during a fundraising dinner.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel