Al Roker was taken back to the hospital a day after his release due to “complications”.

Al Roker, host and weatherman for the morning show “Today”, was taken back to the hospital last week, just a day after his release.

According to Page Six’s initial coverage, Roker’s co-host Hoda Kotb confirmed this on Thursday he was reinstated “due to some complications” after treatment for blood clots.

faeces addressed and assured his absence from both the NBC program and the annual Christmas tree lighting at New York’s Rockefeller Center on Wednesday viewers that Roker was in “very good care.”

“He’s resting and his doctors are keeping a close eye on him. Al and his family want everyone to know how grateful they are for all the love, support and well wishes,” she said said.

Kotb also shared that she and co-host Craig Melvin were able to FaceTime the weatherman from the tree lighting ceremony, adding that “he gave us a big thumbs up.”

The 68-year-old is on November 18th uncovered Instagram that he had been hospitalized a week earlier “with a blood clot in my leg that sent some clots to my lungs.”

“After some medical strokes, I am so fortunate to be receiving excellent medical care and on the road to recovery. Thank you for all the good wishes and prayers and hope to see you soon,” he wrote at the time.

The hospitalization caused him to miss the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade for the first time in more than a quarter of a century, leaving a huge void with many devoted viewers.

On Nov. 24, Roker shared on social media that he was watching the event on TV at home after his release, adding that he missed co-hosting with Savannah Guthrie and Kotb.

“For the last 27 saves at this moment… we would [typically] Reach out to Al Roker, who’s our co-star from the Today show and our best buddy.” faeces said during the parade. ”But as many of you have heard, Al is recovering and recovering very well from a recent medical problem.”

Roker’s wife, ABC News correspondent Deborah Roberts, also used the vacation to do so expresses her love for the weatherman, In an Instagram post, she said she was grateful “for all the support and well wishes from all corners.”

However, Page Six reported Wednesday that the beloved TV personality was rushed back to the hospital by ambulance the day after Thanksgiving.

In 2020, Roker announced he had cancer and would undergo surgery to remove his prostate.

The Today co-host called it a “good news-bad news” diagnosis at the time, saying the disease was caught early but was also “a little aggressive.”

It is not known when Roker will be released from the hospital.

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