Maria Orsinger, 101, defeats Corona 3 times
That old woman who puzzled doctors because of her infection with the Coronavirus and then cured it 3 times within 9 months, as the rate of recovery for anyone at such an age is very difficult.
This woman experienced the Spanish flu while she was a baby, and she was infected with it and recovered from it, and the flu at that time was a pandemic greater than the one that the world lived in under the shadow of Corona, but she survived the Spanish flu and after 100 years she became infected with Corona and survived from it as well.
She got married during the outbreak of the Second World War, and the party was not loud with music and singing, but the sounds of bombs everywhere, but she survived during the Second World War.
Maria lived most of her life in the Valtellina region in northern Italy, near the border with Switzerland, and there the Italian farmer spent time between fields and raising animals.
The Italian long-lived lived with grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and in 2009 she moved to the house of one of her daughters, and then in 2014 to homes for the elderly.
Last spring, the Corona pandemic swept Italy, as it is in most countries of the world, and this country was among the most affected during the first wave of the epidemic.
And the Italian newspaper, quoting her daughter, says that her mother had tested positive three times within nine months. "The test did not leave any doubts. It was clear that she had Covid-19, but my mother was fine," said daughter Ennis.
The Italian perennial did not suffer from chronic diseases, except for those aches that befall humans after old age, and this may be due to the nature of the region in which they lived and the nature of their diet.
The daughter mentioned that her mother recovered after receiving the treatment, and she said, “We thought the worst was over.” But this was not the case, as she had symptoms of the disease again last September, especially fever.
As a result, the mother was admitted to the hospital again, and she stayed there for 18 days. She said, "The medical team at the hospital called us daily, during that period, amazed at the strength shown by my mother."
The daughter quoted the doctors as saying that the symptoms were not severe, so it did not lead to breathing problems, and difficult cases suffer from the disease, which surprised the doctors and nurses, as the treatment was more precautionary than anything else, in anticipation of the deterioration of her condition.
And again, Maria survived the virus, but that was not the end, as the children received a call that stunned them in late October, as the results of tests in the nursing home in which the Italian aged lived showed that she had the disease.
What added to the intensity of the surprise was that the mother was the only one whose result was positive, and without any symptoms, and the daughter said that the doctors were unable to explain the matter.
The newspaper says, quoting experts, that few of Corona's patients have been infected more than once, and it is not excluded that the tests are inaccurate or that the virus remained in the bodies so low that it was not detected.
But this does not mean that the story of the Italian perennial is confusing by all standards, as being infected with the deadly virus and surviving it at an age over a hundred is very difficult.
The children breathed a sigh of relief after their mother was discharged from the hospital.