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113-Year-Old Woman in Spain Makes Full Recovery from COVID-19

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113-year-old Maria Branyas from Spain has reportedly made a full recovery from COVID-19. Her nursing home says she is “doing fine” and was “bored” during isolation.

Her daughter Rosa said her mother has made an “amazing recovery” and was “in shape, wanting to talk, to explain, to reflect, she has become herself again”.

“Amazing Recovery”

“She survived the disease and is doing fine,” said a spokeswoman for the residence. “She feels good now, she took a test last week and the result was negative.”

Branyas is believed to be the oldest living person in Spain. She was born on March 4, 1907 in San Francisco. Fox News reported that she moved with her family to Spain during World War I – “eventually surviving the Spanish Flu Pandemic of 1918 and the Spanish Civil War.”

She is a mother of three and has 11 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

During her time in isolation, only a single employee in protective gear was allowed in to check on her. When asked for her secret to long life, Branyas says she is lucky to enjoy “good health.”

According to the residence’s spokeswoman, there have been “several” virus-related deaths in the home during the pandemic.

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