Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will resume her official duties on Monday, five days after being released from a hospital for treatment of a blood clot, the State Department said Sunday.
The Chappaqua resident will sit down with assistant secretaries of state for a closed-door meeting at 9:15 a.m. Monday at the start of a week-long schedule containing nearly a dozen meetings, including three at the White House.
Clinton, 65, was released from New York-Presbyterian Hospital on Wednesday, after a stay of several days during which she was given blood thinners to treat the clot in a vein behind her right ear. She has been resting at home in New York since then.
The secretary has suffered a series of ailments over the past month, including a stomach virus and a concussion.
Her doctors have said they expect her to make a full recovery.