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R Ashwin Posted A Motivational Message After 101 Year Old Man Recovered From Covid-19

Panic, fear and heartbreaking news, the current Coronavirus situation has been worsening day by day with the COVID-19 pandemic’s graph of wrath that has been increasing rapidly. The pandemic has affected 196 countries around the world and the number of Coronavirus infected people all around the world has reached 735,015, including 34,804 deaths. Talking about India, the numbers are increasing at a very high speed and have crossed 1k mark, with 29 deaths.

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However, amidst all the heartbreaking news, there is some positive news as well. Around 156,122 have been recovered around the world, which also includes the case of a 101-year old Italian Coronavirus survivor.

Well, the news of a 101-year old Italian Coronavirus survivor named ‘Mr. P’ recovering from the dangerous Coronavirus has come out as a ray of hope to the people looking for inspiration, amidst a grim situation.

The news was shared by a popular Twitter user named Mazher Arshad via his official Twitter account, who revealed that the elderly person has not just survived Coronavirus scare but also a World War. He wrote:

“Feel-good story of the day. A 101 years old man has recovered from Covid-19 in Italy. He has survived the 1918 flu, a World War and now coronavirus.”

Here, check out his Tweet:

As soon as the news of the elderly recovering from the disease came out, people flooded the social media with their amazing tweets on it.

India’s test specialist Ravichandran Ashwin, who has been very vocal about the ongoing situation around the world due to Coronavirus, also took to his twitter and joined the bandwagon. In his tweet, R Ashwin lauded the resilience of the elderly Italian named ‘Mr. P.’, who survived the COVID-19. R Ashwin wrote:

“Resolve shown in adversity, a great boost to our human race.”

Here, check out the Tweet of R Ashwin:

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