Angelina Friedman is a real fighter.
As a child, he survived the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic. Throughout his life he overcame cancer, internal bleeding and sepsis. In April, he also brought an end to the coronavirus – a virus that has already killed 1.5 million people worldwide.
Now a 102-year-old New Yorker has done it again. His son, Joan Merola, said he survived a second diagnosis of coronavirus.
“My invincible mother’s test was negative,” Merola said after her mother recovered.