Europe’s oldest resident survived COVID-19. The French woman born in 1904 contracted coronavirus on the eve of her 117th birthday. This news appeared in the French newspaper Var-Matin.
Lucile Randon, who tested positive for COVID-19 on January 16, worked at the hospital as a governess in her youth and later became a nun and was named Sister Andre.
On February 8, journalists reported that the French woman had recovered, and also noted that the older woman suffered from the coronavirus without symptoms.
The French woman caught Covid-19 in a nursing home and had almost no symptoms. She said she didn’t even suspect that have covid-19.
A total of 81 of the 88 elderly living in this nursing home were infected with coronavirus. About 10 people died.