In Spain, a 93-year-old patient recovered from coronavirus and received an honor guard after several days in intensive care.
As the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc around the world, good stories keep hope alive. This was the case in Spain, at the Fundació Sant hospital in Lleida (Catalonia), where on Tuesday March 31 a 93-year-old patient recovered from Covid-19 infection. After spending several days in intensive care, the man, whose name has not been released, has finally recovered from the disease.
At the Catalan hospital, the nursing staff made an honor guard on the patient’s leaving. The healing of this patient is a sign of hope for thousands of patients across the country and has been widely circulated on Spanish social media. More than 22,000 patients have already recovered from this disease in Spain. This patient is not the first in an advanced age to overcome Covid-19, two centenarians have already succeeded in defeating the virus.
In Spain, the Covid-19 has caused more than 10,000 deaths, making it officially the second most affected by the pandemic after Italy, which has more than 13,000 deaths. The threshold of 100,000 Covid-19 positive cases has been exceeded.
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