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World at 104, this Colombian granny conquered twice the Covid-19

00:05  12 april  2021
00:05  12 april  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Carmen Hernandez, une Colombienne âgée de 104 ans, sort de l’Hospital Universitario San Rafael de Tunja, sous les applaudissements, après avoir vaincu pour le 2e fois le coronavirus © Capture of Screen / AFP Video Carmen Hernandez, a 104-year-old Colombian, comes out of the Universitario San Rafael Hospital of Tunja, under the Applause, after defeating the 2nd time the coronavirus

Carmen Hernandez came out of the hospital after 21 days of intensive care, under the applause of the health care team.

It is stronger than the Coronavirus , and it proved it twice. Carmen Hernandez, a 104-year-old Colombian, had already caught Cvid-19 last year, in June 2020. Restored, without having needed respiratory assistance, she was again infected in early March 2021, a short time After his first vaccine injection.

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Carmen Hernandez has this time spent 21 days in intensive care, but she survived. And she finally left the hospital on Monday, April 5, under the applause of the health care team of the Hospital Universitario San Rafael de Tunja, where she had been taken care of.

It was a difficult medical case to manage because the lady does not have a nose, she lost it because of a carcinoma several years ago, explains Ricardo Morera, doctor of the hospital . The supply of oxygen was very difficult. In the last five days, his improvement was quite significant and she started to thank each other every day she gave us her blessing, she always gave her blessing to anyone who greeted her.

Carmen Hernandez was finally allowed to join his retirement home. She motivates us to continue doing things well, that age, comorbidities, and even resources do not limit ourselves, concludes the doctor who has caught her.

The Colombia is the second most affected country by the Epidemic in Latin America behind Brazil with 2,456,409 cases, and the third most affected by the region in terms of death with 64,293. The eight million inhabitants of Bogotá, Colombia, are reconfined since this weekend.

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