107-year-old Iranian woman recovers from coronavirus
According to Iran’s semi-official news agency – Fars, a 107-year-old Iranian woman had recovered from Coronavirus.
Iran has reported probably one of the most miraculous recoveries of COVID-19 patients. According to Iran’s semi-official news agency – Fars, a 107-year-old Iranian woman had recovered from Coronavirus.
On Sunday, the agency reported, Saltanat Akbari had tested positive for COVID-19. The 107-year-old Iranian lady was admitted to the Khansari Hospital in the central city of Arak. She was released from the hospital after spending "some time" in isolation.
"She defeated the virus with the help of doctors and nurses at the hospital," Fars said.
Countries across the globe are struggling to fight the pandemic. Iran is one of the worst affected countries in the Middle East with a total of 1, 33, 521 infected cases and over 7,300 deaths.
The recovery of the 107-year-old Iranian lady comes as a ray of hope. According to experts, the elderly patients and children are under high risk from the COVID-19. The mortality rate of those above 60-years is comparatively higher.
Meanwhile, on Sunday, India reported the highest one-day jump in Coronavirus positive cases for the third day in a row. As per the Union Health Ministry data, 6767 positive cases were reported in the last 24 hours and taking India’s total COVID toll to 1,31,868 cases.
(Representational image, Source: Reuters)