A New York woman aged 101 recovered from COVID-19 after surviving the Spanish Flu pandemic. Angelina Friedman is reported as a centurion to be recovered from the global pandemic.
She was born during second wave of Spanish flu in 1918. Her mother died giving her birth on the ship departed from Italy to New York.
Angelina is a courageous woman who has been through miscarriages, sepsis, and Spanish influenza, and now bravely beat the second pandemic. Her family entitled her as ‘superhuman’.
Her daughter Joanne Merola said she’s the only person still alive out of all her 10 siblings and husband. She was accompanied by her two sisters on her mother’s death when she born. Their father raised them in Brooklyn, after their mother passed away.
Angelina tied the knot with Harold Friedman and both were diagnosed with cancer later on. Her husband couldn’t survive while she defeated cancer.
Merola told all of her family members got to live the age of 95 except her. She is a strong woman with superhuman DNA. A 101-year-old lady is currently residing at a nursing center Lake Mohegan, New York.
Angelina visited the hospital for a normal checkup and turned out to be coronavirus positive on March 21. The hospital kept her under observation for a week and she was diagnosed as COVID-19 negative on April 20.
The nursing home uploaded the picture of a tough lady. It is reported that she is doing even greater after recovering from the virus. She is a live example of courage for the rest of the world.
As per the recent reports, there are 291,000 total cases of the virus with 17,000 deaths.