According to U.S. media reports, Avoiding the 1918 flu, 102 years old woman defeated the novel coronavirus twice.
The old man named Angelina Friedman tested positive for COVID-19 in March.
After several weeks of recurrent fever symptoms, the nucleic acid test turned negative on April 20. However, at the end of October, the elderly tested positive for COVID-19, accompanied by fever, dry cough and other symptoms.
After treatment, the nucleic acid results of the elderly turned negative again on November 17.
It is understood that the old man was born on a ship from Italy to the United States when the “Spanish flu” broke out in 1918. The old man’s daughter also said that the old man also fought against cancer and that she was an “invincible mother”.