106-Year-Old Woman is World’s Oldest Coronavirus Survivor: “I Can’t Wait to See My Family”

International   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Apr 15, 2020   |   4:24PM   |   London, England

Connie Titchen’s life is inspiring a world troubled by the coronavirus pandemic.

The 106-year-old grandmother is believed to be the oldest survivor of COVID-19 in England, according to Fox News 8.

Titchen was released Tuesday from the City Hospital in Birmingham after three weeks of battling the virus, the report states. Staff applauded for her as she left the building with her family.

“I feel very lucky that I’ve fought off this virus. I can’t wait to see my family,” she said.

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Titchen’s family said she always has been an active, independent person. She used to work as a department store sales assistant, and she still cooks her own meals, according to the report.

Across the world, people are making sacrifices and medical workers are working heroically to help save individuals like Titchen. Her survival demonstrates that their work and sacrifices are not in vain, and there always is hope. It also should serve as a reminder that every human life, no matter how young or old, is valuable, and it’s worth the work and sacrifices to save them.