Sergei Skripal, the former Russian spy poisoned with a nerve agent in the English city of Salisbury in March, has been discharged from the hospital there, the hospital announced Friday.
On Friday morning, the hospital confirmed that Mr Skripal had left the hospital, following his daughter's discharge on April 10.
Cara Charles-Barks, chief executive of Salisbury District Hospital, said that the fact the three victims were able to be discharged so soon after the attack is "thanks to the hard work, skill and professionalism" of medical staff at the hospital.
Police have said they will not give any details of the Skripals' new security arrangements in the interests of their safety and neither they nor the hospital gave any details of Sergei's new whereabouts.
But Russia has denied having anything to do with the attack, with top Russian diplomats insisting that Britain either rushed or bungled the investigation - or that British agents themselves may have poisoned the father and daughter to smear Russia, justify increases in military spending or distract residents from the failures of Brexit negotiations.
"Treating him and the other two people poisoned by this nerve agent, while still providing outstanding care to the other patients who rely on our hospital, has been a huge and unprecedented challenge that I'm proud our staff at Salisbury Hospital have risen to", she said.
China proposes buying $200 billion of American goods, US officials say
Beijing still threatens to slap aggressive 25 percent tariffs on a swathe of USA farm goods, including sorghum and soybeans.
Evidence of Planet Nine Possibly Found
There are also objects in the Kuiper Belt that orbit in the opposite direction as the rest of the objects in the solar system. The claim led to scientists searching for this theorized planet that is thought to have about ten times the mass of Earth.
Sergio Aguero Says He Will Stay at Manchester City Amid Exit Rumours
His former club Atletico Madrid have been touted as a potential destination as they could sell Antoine Griezmann to Barcelona . Aguero is tied to the Etihad until 2020 after signing a contract extension last season.
But the Russian government denied any involvement and has accused the United Kingdom of inventing a "fake story".
Charles-Barks added: "This has been a hard time for those caught up in this incident - the patients, our staff and the people of Salisbury".
Supporting Britain, NATO and the European Union have both condemned the attack. Investigators said he was poisoned with the Soviet-era nerve agent novochok.
Following Skripal's release, the Metropolitan Police said it was making "good progress" in the case. A third victim, a police officer who had come to the Skripals' help, has also been discharged.
"This is a complex investigation and detectives continue to gather and piece together all the evidence to establish the full facts and circumstances behind this awful attack", a statement released Friday read.
Moscow suggested Britain carried out the attack itself to stoke anti-Russian hysteria, and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said last month that the agent used in the attack may have never been made in Russia.