107-year-old woman beats COVID-19
This isn't the first pandemic 107-year-old Tillie Dybing has faced. She can remember the 1918 Spanish flu as well.
If you ask Tilly diving about the pandemic, she might reply. I sure do you remember which one? I called it the 1918. She was not yet five years old when the 1918 flu pandemic hit her dirt floor. North Dakota farm home. My folks got sick and they were in bed. I went up and down the middle of the bed by the my dances. Can't you find another place to run? A. Tilly survived floods in my Not lost her husband in her eighties and beat cancer in her nineties, all leading up to this summer when she turned 107 in a Detroit Lakes nursing home, celebrating with nurses isolated from family in an effort to keep the coronavirus from hitting our most vulnerable. And it worked until one day last month. I tried to call her Saturday morning, and she didn't answer. I called all day, and I called the nurse and they said, Well, she's sleeping while she was sleeping all day, we were really concerned and thought, Well, this is probably it. After that long rest, Tilly awoke, feeling fine. I didn't even know I had it. I didn't know I had it. It wasn't until the following week that Tilly tested positive for co vid 19, Still feeling find nothing in her lungs. I don't think she even, they said, but she doesn't have a fever, but she just slept all the time. Two weeks went by, and Tilly has since moved back into her normal room, feeling healthy, having survived not one but two viral pandemics. I thought, Well, if the time has come that I have to leave and I go Chris Cirovski but it's still here, Carol revenues.