Bernie Sanders gets stitches after run-in with glass shower door

After receiving seven stitches, the Vermont senator is continuing on with his scheduled events.

This image from video provided by WCIV-TV, shows Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks at healthcare roundtable at the International Longshoremen's Association Hall on Friday, March 15, 2019, in Charleston, S.C. The Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign says the Vermont senator has been treated at a walk-in clinic for a minor injury while campaigning in South Carolina.

Campaign spokesman Arianna Jones told reporters that Sanders cut his head on the edge of a glass shower door Friday and went to a walk-in clinic. She says the 77-year-old Sanders received a half-dozen stiches and was given a “clean bill of health.”

Jones says Sanders is continuing with all scheduled events, including a breakfast with local clergy and a roundtable on health care while in South Carolina. Sanders will travel to Nevada ahead of his first rally in the early-voting state since launching his presidential bid. The rally will be held Saturday.