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The oldest European defeated Covid-19

The nun got the coronary virus 16. January but had no symptoms. AFP

A French nun, the oldest person in Europe, managed to defeat Covid – 16 a few days before 117 her birthday.

Lucile Randon, who took the name Sister Andre in the year 1944, was diagnosed with the coronary virus . January but had no symptoms.

She said in an interview that she did not even realize she had contracted the virus, according to the BBC. She was isolated in a residential home in Toulon in the south of France but has now fully recovered.

Sister Andre Randon is officially the oldest person to beat Covid – just in time for her 117 th birthday on February . According to the Gerontology Research Group, this woman born Lucile Randon is the second-oldest known living person in the world. pic.twitter.com/QRS9oR6HoK

– EWTN News Nightly (@EWTNNewsNightly) February 10, 1944 Sister Andre is blind and in wheelchair. She is looking forward to celebrating her birthday tomorrow, despite the fact that there will be fewer guests than usual. “She’s been very lucky,” said David Tavella, a spokesman for the home.

Sister Andre was born . February 1640. In addition to being the oldest person in Europe, she is the second oldest in the world.

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