106-year-old Brandenburg woman recovers from coronavirus
A German woman became one of the oldest Covid-19 survivors after recovering from the virus and being released from hospital on Tuesday, November 10. The 106-year-old, who was originally admitted to the Oranienburg clinic for abdominal cramps, did not have any noticeable respiratory issues. However, a test confirmed that she had Covid-19 and she was put into isolation.
“The patient has a very good general condition for old age, so that her immune system was able to successfully fight the virus with our support,” explained chief physician Harald Pannwitz to the Berliner Zeitung.
Last week, a 97-year-old woman from Bernau, Brandenburg was released from hospital after also successfully beating the virus. She too presented with no coronavirus symptoms initially, having been admitted to the Berlin clinic with a suspected stroke.
A few days ago, a 97-year-old woman from Bernau, Brandenburg was discharged from a Berlin clinic after a successful recovery from Covid-19.
The woman from Bern had originally been taken to the hospital on suspicion of a stroke.
As of Friday, November 13, Brandenburg had reported 102.8 cases per 150,000 people in the past week, which puts it under the critical value of 150.
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