Centenarian woman recovered COVID-19 with complex diseases...

Dhaka, Wednesday   27 October 2021

Centenarian woman recovered COVID-19 with complex diseases

 Gopalganj Correspondent daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 09:03 PM, 8 June 2020   Updated: 09:03 PM, 8 June 2020

COVID-19 recovered patient 101-year-old Khabirunnesa Begum

COVID-19 recovered patient 101-year-old Khabirunnesa Begum

A 101-year-old woman has returned home after recovering from coronavirus in Gopalganj. The centenarian woman is suffering from skin cancer, heart disease and other diseases.

The COVID-19 winner Khabirunnesa Begum, wife of Altaf Bhuiyan of Chandradighlia village in Gopalganj Sadar upazila. Her husband died 20 years ago and her eldest son two years ago. The other three boys live in the United States. Her three daughters are staying in the country. She lives with them.

The eldest daughter, Selina Zakir, said her mother was brought to Uttara’s home in Dhaka in early May for advanced treatment as she was suffering from various ailments. But on May 13, I and my grandson Tamim tested coronavirus-positive. Later we were admitted to Uttara Regent Hospital.

She said that when her mother showed the virus symptoms by in contact with us, the health workers collected samples from the house on May 15. She was admitted to Regent Hospital on May 19 as she also tested positive for coronavirus. At the same time, younger sister Shahnaz also tested positive for the virus.

“All four of us were infected with coronavirus,” Selina said, adding, “However, mother had to wear the ring due to heart disease. Once there was a stone in the gallbladder, we had to take her to the operating table. She also has skin cancer. Despite all this, she has recovered by fighting against coronavirus.”

Gopalganj Civil Surgeon Dr. Niaz Mohammad said that a centenarian woman has recovered after suffering from so many diseases. Which is the infinite grace of Allah. “She was tested COVID-19 negative in two tests on May 30 and June 1. She is currently at home in the village,” he added.