101-year-old Angelina Friedman, who lives in a nursing home in New York, managed to defeat the coronavirus – she recovered and returned to normal life. This is the second epidemic that Angelina survived. She was born in 1918, at the height of the Spanish flu epidemic, and immediately after being born, she contracted it.
Covid-19 was found in Angelina during the procedures in the hospital – and then immediately sent to isolation. The pensioner stayed in quarantine for a month, for several weeks her temperature rose. On April 20, the test for coronavirus gave a negative result, and now the woman returned to her usual life and usual activities – in particular, she began to knit again.
This is the second epidemic experienced by 101-year-old Angelina Friedman. She was born on board a ship that transported immigrants from Italy to America in 1918 – at the height of the Spanish flu epidemic, the so-called “Spanish flu”. Immediately after birth, the girl became infected and could survive only thanks to the care of two sisters. As Angelina’s daughter notes, her mother has “superhuman DNA.”
Recall that the previously anonymous user “Dvacha” found a video on YouTube where her grandmother urged “never to lose heart” – even despite difficult life circumstances. The video was recorded by Tatyana Zhingel – a pensioner and a disabled person of the third group, she can not walk. As the user said, in two weeks the video did not have a single viewing – therefore, he urged “to do a good deed” and write to grandmother.