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102-year-old with ‘iron will to live’ survives COVID — twice – New York Post

A 102-year-old New York woman who lived through the 1918 Spanish Flu and overcame cancer survived not only one — but two bouts with the coronavirus. Angelina Friedman…

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A 102-year-old New York woman who lived through the 1918 Spanish Flu and overcame cancer survived not only one — but two bouts with the coronavirus.
Angelina Friedman — a Westchester County nursing home resident with an iron will to live” — battled COVID-19 back in March, as well as in October, her daughter told WPIX-TV.
“She’s not the oldest to survive COVID, but she may be the oldest to survive it twice, Joanne Merola told the outlet.
The centenarian was born Angelina Sciales on Oct. 18, 1918,…

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