What Happened To Clarence Thomas? Is Clarence Thomas Still Alive? All you need to know about what is happening to the supreme court justice, and whether he is still alive.
Clarence Thomas is an American lawyer who serves as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
President George H. W. Bush nominated him to succeed Thurgood Marshal, and he has been serving since 1991. Thomas is the second African American to serve on the Court after Marshall.
What Happened To Clarence Thomas?
According to the Supreme Court’s Sunday statement, Justice Clarence Thomas was admitted on Friday to the hospital with an infection following flu-like symptoms.
According to the statement, Justice Thomas was being treated at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington with intravenous antibiotics.
Patricia McCabe, a spokesperson for the Supreme Court, stated that Justice Thomas’ illness wasn’t caused by Covid-19 or coronavirus.
According to the statement, Justice Thomas will “participate in the consideration and debate of any cases for which he is not present on the basis of the briefs, transcripts, and audio of the oral arguments on the basis of the briefs, transcripts, and audio of the oral arguments.”
All the nine Supreme Court justices have been given Covid-19 boosters and vaccinated.
Already, Amy Coney Barrett and Brett M. Kavanaugh have both been infected. Court protocol states that justices are regularly tested for the virus.
Is Clarence Thomas Still Alive?
Justice Clarence Thomas is still alive and receiving treatment at the Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, and we’re wishing him a speedy recovery and long life.