Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald remains at hospital but her colleagues have not been able to visit her.
Yesterday, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley told a local radio station that McDonald was seriously ill.
CNC3 understands that McDonald was showing early signs of pneumonia.
However, we are told she was admitted to hospital just in time.
On Saturday, a statement from the Communications Ministry advised of the minister's hospitalisation but only stated that she is being treated for an existing medical condition.
Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald has been discharged from hospital after being treated for low blood sugar levels.
The minister who complained of feeling unwell during Cabinet meeting yesterday was rushed to the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex for observation.
Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh told CNC3 today that McDonald was discharged and in perfect health.
He disclosed the minister's blood sugar reading fell to a reading of 43.
However, he said that after observation and treatment, she was allowed to go home.
Port-of-Spain East Member of Parliament Marlene McDonald has been rushed to hospital to undergo medical tests.
Initial reports had appeared to suggest that McDonald had suffered a stoke just after 1pm this afternoon but Minister of Communication, Stuart Young confirmed that it was not so.
Young told CNC3 that McDonald was feeling unwell and as a precautionary measure she went to the hospital where medical checks are being conducted.
He said that at this stage, thankfully, it does not appear as though she suffered any stroke or heart attack.
The Ministry of Public Administration and Communications has welcomed Marlene McDonald, who was sworn in Thursday, as Minister in the Ministry of Public Administration and Communications.
A post on the ministry's Instagram page shows a photo of the minister at her desk.
Despite being adamant that the Government does not associate with criminals when he fired Marlene McDonald as a minister last July, Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley says everyone, including McDonald, deserves a second chance.
“In her last outing there was some lack of judgement and we all deserve to get a second chance,” Rowley said during as tour of Bamboo Village, Cedros, as he defended his decision to bring her back into his Cabinet a third time.
Ms Marlene McDonald will be appointed minister in the ministry of public administration and communications.
The announcement was made a short while ago by the office of the prime minister.
The release stated Ms McDonald will assist the prime minister who continues to hold the portfolio which he assumed since the substantive minister, the honourable Maxie Cuffie, fell ill a few months ago.
The PM says “Ms McDonald can make a valuable contribution to the ministry and I am confident that she will meritoriously perform the duties required as a minister in the ministry”.
The Member of Parliament for Port-of-Spain South, Marlene McDonald, has expressed concern about the number of Venezuelans in the country but the acting Chief Immigration Officer says from the official number less Venezuelans came into the country through official ports of entry last year when compared to 2016 but admitted that she can only “surmise,” that people are “smuggled” into the country.