Suprisingly, An 83-yr-old woman by the name lola is oldest patient to recover from COVID-19 in Philippines
Although the elderly are one of the most vulnerable to coronavirus infections in 2019 (COVID-19), they are from Sta. Rosa, an 83-year-old woman from Raguna, became the oldest person to recover from a deadly disease in the Philippines to date.
According to a 24-hour report released by John Consulta on Tuesday, the recovery of Rosa Patient 3 offers hope in all the haze surrounding COVID-19, both for older people and those with existing illnesses. fatal.
“They (the elderly) don’t think they will lose hope because God doesn’t sleep,” she said.
“When I’m celebrating in the room. I don’t know if I can dance.” She added when she heard the good news that she was finally getting better.
Patient 3 thanked the country’s medical staff for being on the front line in fighting COVID-19.
“‘Don’t try to help. You are our guide. You take care of us,” she said.
She also said prayers, love and support from her family and Sta. Rosa’s local government department was the key to her recovery.
Similarly, she thanked President Rodrigo Duterte for helping Filipinos in an unprecedented situation.
“President Duterte, ‘Don’t try to help the Filipinos. She said,” Let’s fight COVID. ”
Sta. Rosa Mayor Arlene Arcillas said that Patient 3 was indeed an inspiration for the elderly community.
“It’s a bit dangerous to say ‘advanced’, but Mom once again showed us that if you just do what you need to do, it will be fine. We won’t come here,” Archillas said.
As of Tuesday, Sta. Rosa reported 11 cases of COVID-19, including one death and two recovery.
In the Philippines, the number of cases has reached 2084, 88 have died and 49 have recovered
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