The oldest person who has recovered from COVID-19, was the 113-year-old resident of Spain

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KIEV. May 12. UNN. 113-year-old resident of Spain became the oldest person in the world who have recovered from COVID-19. It is reported by UNN with reference to DailyMail.

“113-year-old woman – the oldest people of Spain, becoming the oldest person in the world who have recovered from coronavirus”, – reported in the media.

Stated that Maria Brenes was born in San Francisco in 1907, before he settled in Spain.

“During her life, she survived the Spanish flu and both world wars. The oldest woman in Spain for two decades and lives in the house of custody in Olot, Spain. She has three children, 11 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren”, – stated in the message.

It is noted that in the nursing home from COVID-19 died, 17 people, and although measures had been introduced for security Branes still got sick in April. It was isolated in his room in the house care before received a negative test result.

“She said that the pandemic is very sad, but she doesn’t know where it come from or how he arrived in Spain. Maria says that her health is fine, and added that she feels a slight pain as the other, and thanked the workers for their support”, – stated in the message.

It is also noted that during illness, the woman suffered a urinary tract infection, but the virus was asymptomatic.

We will remind, number of victims of coronavirus pandemic disease COVID-19 in Spain made up during the last day of 176 people in total have killed more than 26.9 thousand people.