A 104-year-old Italian woman who survived the Spanish flu was cured of COVID-19

A resident of the Italian city of Biella at the age of 104 was cured of coronavirus, writes the DailyMail April 6.

Thus, Ada Zanusso became the oldest person in the world who defeated COVID-19. It is noteworthy that in 1918 she survived the pandemic of the Spanish, considered the most massive in human history.

It is noted that the woman fell ill in a nursing home on March 17. She was hospitalized with fever and vomiting.

Doctors noted that despite her serious condition, the woman did not lose her clarity of mind and quickly recovered.

“Her recovery is a great joy for us and a hope for all,” said her attending physician Carla Furno Marchise.

On March 26 it became known that World War II veteran Jack Bowden, who turns 99 in May, fell ill with coronavirus and recovered a week later.

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