Jennie Stejna, a 103-year-old wonderful-wonderful grandmother in Massachusetts, celebrated defeating the coronavirus in the ideal way achievable: by knocking back a chilly 1.
“She usually experienced that feisty battling spirit,” granddaughter Shelley Gunn instructed Wicked Neighborhood. “She didn’t give up.”
Spouse and children associates instructed Wicked Local that Stejna, a nursing home resident and “hardcore Boston sports fan” designed a fever, analyzed positive for the virus and promptly worsened.
But she conquer COVID-19 ― and the nursing household workers permit her rejoice with a Bud Light:
Footage from TMZ, beneath, shows Stejna savoring her Bud Gentle and commenting on how cold it is.
Adam Gunn, Shelley’s spouse, instructed the website that Stejna’s battle bought so poor that at just one position he requested if she were being completely ready to go to heaven.
She replied: “Hell, yes!”
“This feisty outdated Polish grandmother of ours formally defeat the coronavirus,” Adam Gunn told Wicked Nearby.
The site reported she has two little ones, a few grandchildren, four fantastic-grandchildren and a few wonderful-excellent-grandchildren.
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