After her debut solo trip abroad as the US First Lady, Jill Biden landed in a hospital creating a frenzy among the public. But what is the truth behind her hospital trip and what exactly happened has not been clear, until now.

The First Lady had gone to Japan to lead an Olympic delegation to the Tokyo Olympics. When she returned to the United States, she went to Hawaii to support a pro-vaccination campaign.

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Speaking at the Waipahu High School, Biden warned that COVID-19 is now "more contagious than ever."

"I am here to ask everyone listening right now, to choose to get vaccinated," the List quoted Biden as saying. She also participated in an event with military families in Honolulu.

But why did Jill Biden land in a hospital?

The First Lady went to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland after her Hawaii trip because of a foot injury that she got due to stepping on an object on a Hawaii Beach, the People reported.

The White House confirmed the report and said that her husband President Joe Biden would be by her side for the medical treatment.

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"Last weekend, prior to her two official events in Hawaii, the First Lady stepped on an object on the beach which became lodged in her left foot,"  Michael LaRosa, the spokesperson of the First Lady, said in a statement.

LaRosa confirmed that the item lodged in her foot would be removed, with her husband, President Biden, by her side.