Alma Clara Corsini is a 95-year-old grandmother from Fanano, Modena, Italy, and she is the oldest woman in Italy to recover from COVID-19. She was tested positive on March 5 in a hospital in Pavullo, and she has now fully recovered after her body displayed “a great reaction”.
Italian media reports that Ms. Corsini’s health improved without ‘antiviral therapy’, and she told Italian media herself that she’s fine. She added that there were good people who looked after her very well, and they now send her home for a little while.
Ms. Corsini was discharged from the hospital, and she has returned to her home. However, she became the “pride of the staff” during her stint at the hospital in Pavullo.
Italy is the epicenter of the pandemic in Europe at the moment, and the country has been on a complete lockdown. Any movement inside the country has been banned, and all non-essential businesses have been closed in a bid to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
It finally seems that the measures are beginning to work, and a small town in the north of the country has finally managed to reduce the number of new cases to zero.
The U.K. government told 1.5 million “high risk” people to stay at home for at least 12 weeks, and urged people to take official advice very seriously and help save lives.
The importance of social distancing has been stressed by almost every government in the world in a bid to protect the world from the spread of coronavirus.