Leonardo, a six-month-old baby, and Italica Grondona, a 102-year-old woman, both survived the coronavirus after each faced a long battle in hospital and become the beacons of hope in Northern Italy.
As per the details, little Leonardo has recently returned home in the northern Italian region of Lombardy after winning a 50-day battle against the deadly virus.
The mother of the baby said that she knew that her baby was ill when he had a fever and his heart rate quickened, adding the work colleague of his husband had been diagnosed with the COVID-19. The mother said that her eight-month-old baby was well treated by healthcare professionals.
Marco Ballarini the local mayor called baby Leonardo ‘the wonderful face of hope’ and thanked the cute tot for helping to lift the spirits in the region.
On the other hand, a 102-year-old woman in Italy has also made a recovery after infected with the virus by spending as many as 20 days in the hospital.
According to the details, earlier this month, Italica Grondona came down with symptoms of the novel coronavirus and was admitted to hospital with mild heart failure but she has since been discharged with doctors saying ‘the virus surrendered in front of her.’