The US Department of the Interior said Secretary of State Deb Haaland broke her leg Sunday in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia.
The Department of the Interior said in a statement Monday doctors confirmed that Haaland had broken a bone in her left leg and that she thanked park staff, US police and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center team for their “excellent care.” “from her.
A ministry spokesman said Haaland is expected to resume working from home later on Monday.
Haaland, 61, has been in office since March 2021 and is the first Native American to hold a cabinet post.
Source: Associated Press.