Lt. Governor Tim Murray is out of the hospital and says he’s ready to get back to work.
Murray checked himself to Saint Vincents Hospital in Worcester Monday night with symptoms of fatigue and discomfort in his chest.
Outside the hospital Wednesday, Murray told reporters that after a series of tests he was given a “clean bill of health”
He was advised to slow down and hydrate, watch what he eats and lose ten pounds.
Murray says he thinks it was the pace of attending several events including marching in five recent parades and cutting bushes that may caused him to pull something or aggravated something and pushed his limit a little too much.
Doctors say Murray is in “good health.”
Murray thanked the doctors, nurses and staff.