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Grandmother, Age 95, Becomes Oldest Woman in Italy to Recover From Coronavirus

Posted by on March 25, 2020 in Healing & Natural Remedies, Health with 0 Comments

By Elias Marat | Creative Commons | TheMindUnleashed.com

(TMU) — In a stunning example of how wherever there’s life, there’s hope, a 95-year-old Italian grandmother has become the oldest known woman in the country to recover from coronavirus.

Alma Clara Corsini arrived at the Pavulo Hospital in the northern province of Modena on March 5 after suffering from symptoms of the deadly disease.

She was among Italy’s nearly 60,000 people confirmed to have the virus as of Sunday. The country’s north has been hit particularly hard by the pandemic.

However, doctors and specialists have been working hard across the country and tended to Corsini throughout her ordeal, making her the first person in Modena to recover from the novel virus.

Earlier in the week, she confirmed:

“Yes, yes, I’m fine … They were good people who looked after me well.”

Gazzetta Di Modena reports that she was able to make a healthy recovery without any need for “antiviral therapy,” while her body showed a “great reaction” despite the infection.

Corsini’s good fortune was even shared by Pope Francis, who took to Facebook to post an image of her with members of the medical team that saved her. In the post, the high pontiff wrote:

“In Italy, a 95-year-old granny is the first patient to be cured of coronavirus. Alma Clara Corsini has won this battle for her life to give us hope.”

Corsini has since been discharged from the hospital and is back at her home in Fanano.

Over the weekend, no less than 1,400 people died in Italy as the country races to control the horrific spread of the novel virus.

All movement has now been banned inside the country and non-essential businesses shuttered as the country continues to stand firmly as the epicenter of the global crisis, exceeding China’s death toll last week despite its smaller population.

Over 6,500 Italians test positive for Covid-19 every day, with the average age of those dying standing at 78.5 years.

On Sunday, an additional 651 Italians died, bringing the death toll to at least 5,400.

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