103-yr-old Italy woman kicked Coronavirus with courage and faith | The Youth Special

The whole world is in a state of shock after the novel coronavirus outbreak impacted lakhs of people’s lives. So far, 1,08,862 people have passed away linked to coronavirus and 17,77,515 people were affected by the virus infection. Thankfully, 4,04,236 people have recovered from the coronavirus pandemic.

A 103-year-old Italian woman has recovered from the deadly virus and thus inspiring others in the hard-hit nation. The woman by the name of Zanusso, a retired textile factory worker, lives at the “Maria Grazia” nursing home in Lessona, in northern Italy said that retaining courage and faith helped her beat the disease.

Credits: Global News

Italy, which is the worst-hit country has 1,52,271 confirmed cases of coronavirus where 32,534 people recovered from the disease and death toll stands at 19,468.

A month ago, a 103-year-old woman became the oldest person to beat coronavirus.

The oldest grandmother identified as Zhang Guangfen was admitted to hospital in Wuhan on 1 March and just six days later, she was released and sent home.

Her sensational speedy recovery has been credited to the fact she had no underlying health conditions, besides mild chronic bronchitis, her doctor by the name of Zeng Yulan is quoted as saying in Chutian Metropolis Daily.

It is said that Coronavirus (COVID-19) is more deadly to elderly people and people with pre-existing health conditions.

While Zhang Guangfen is the oldest person to recover, a 100-year-old man with heart failure, Alzheimer’s and hypertension recovered from the disease in Wuhan last week after being treated by military doctors.