113-year-old Spanish woman beats coronavirus


MADRID: A 113-year-old woman in Spain's northeastern province of Girona has recovered after after testing positive. Branyas was quarantined in a room at her nursing home and later tested negative for the virus.

Two other people at the nursing home died from the outbreak.

Additionally, when she was a child, she beat the Spanish flu, which caused the deadliest pandemic of the 20th century from 1918-1920.

The Gerontology Research Group, a global group of researchers, claim that according to available data, Branyas is the oldest person in world who has beat COVID-19.

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