New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu was released from the hospital Saturday after tests confirmed Friday that a bleeding ulcer was the cause of his flulike symptoms.
The Republican will continue to recuperate at home, according to a statement from his office. Sununu thanked the state's health care staff and blood donors.
“New Hampshire is blessed with amazing health care staff and generous blood donors," Sununu said in a written statement. "Valerie and I can’t thank them enough and are grateful for everyone’s prayers and positive outreach."
Sununu was admitted to Portsmouth Hospital Friday after experiencing the flulike symptoms since Wednesday.
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He had tested negative three times for COVID-19.
Sununu, 46, is fully vaccinated against COVID-19. He received the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine on April 10.