One of Britain’s oldest survivors of coronavirus, 102, leaves hospital after defeating the disease

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The heartwarming moment of one of Britain’s 102-year-old survivors of coronavirus, left hospital after battling the deadly disease.

The poignant images show the tall gran Vera Beeley emerging from Northern General Hospital in Sheffield, south York, for a standing ovation from dozens of doctors and nurses.

The 100-year-old was diagnosed with Covid-19 on Easter Monday after being admitted to his nursing home the previous day after complaining of a cough.

She spent a week bravely fighting the disease, which claimed the lives of more than 15,000 Britons, before being given on Friday April 17.

Comforting video shows when Vera Beeley, 102, of Sheffield, leaves hospital after defeating coronavirus (photo)

Comforting video shows when Vera Beeley, 102, of Sheffield, leaves hospital after defeating coronavirus (photo)

The poignant images capture the moment when the grand gran left the northern general hospital for a standing ovation from dozens of doctors and nurses (photo)

The poignant images capture the moment when the grand gran left the northern general hospital for a standing ovation from dozens of doctors and nurses (photo)

Vera, a retired cleaning lady from Sheffield, has two children, four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Her daughter Irene Whitehead said, “She is a little fighter and we are all over the moon that she defeated Covid-19.

“She has always been a very willing woman and that has not changed.

“We used to call the hospital every day and they were just great with her, it’s just unbelievable at her age that she recovered from this terrible virus. “

Vera's daughter, Irene Whitehead, said, `` She's a little fighter and we're all over the moon that she beat Covid-19. In the photo, Vera leaving the hospital

Vera’s daughter Irene Whitehead said, “She’s a little fighter and we’re all over the moon that she defeated Covid-19. “In the photo, Vera leaving the hospital

The Northern General Hospital is a major trauma center managed by the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Professor Chris Morley, chief nurse at the Trust, said, “I am delighted to learn that Mrs. Beeley has recovered from Covid-19 and I wish her and her family all the best.

“Thank you to our fabulous teams who are working hard to provide the best possible care to our patients during this extraordinary time and continue to strive to provide the best experience and the best results for patients like Ms. Beeley, despite the current challenges they face. are faced. “

Vera (pictured) spent a week bravely fighting the disease, which claimed the lives of more than 15,000 Britons, before receiving the green light on Friday April 17.

Vera (pictured) spent a week bravely fighting the disease, which claimed the lives of more than 15,000 Britons, before receiving the green light on Friday April 17.

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