The oldest people surviving coronavirus reveals the secrets of longevity
Three hundred-year-old survivors of COVID-19 reveal the secrets of their longevity. They defeated the killer virus, even though no one gave them a chance! Three Americans over the age of 100 cured by COVID-19 reveal how they survived.
They lived during the two World Wars, faced other pandemics and endured the Great Depression of 1929-1933, without giving up. Even the killer virus COVID-19 could not defeat three Americans whose stories amaze the whole world. The optimism and fighting spirit of old women Rose Leigh-Manuell, Lilian Menendez and Jennie Stejna miraculously healed them after they became infected with the new coronavirus, which took 110,000 lives in the United States.
Rose Leigh-Manuell, 101, of West Sayville, New York, says she managed to beat the coronavirus because God always takes care of it. She was born during the Spanish flu epidemic and lived a long time because she is optimistic, says her son, Gary Leigh-Manuell, 63. Rose, who has 3 children, 17 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and 8 great-great-grandchildren, is guided by the words: "This is over". He doesn't put anything in his heart when he's in trouble. In April, he battled the coronavirus for two weeks. Although she was seriously ill, she did not go to Intensive Care. Rose lost her husband 50 years ago, but she never gave in to despair. She says the secret to disease resistance is that she has always been "a very sociable person." She worked as a firefighter dispatcher and then at a fish market until he retired at the age of 70.
Lilian Menendez of South Huntington, New York, who defeated the COVID-19 virus at the venerable age of 104, says it owes its longevity to her good genes. Her mother did not have white hair even at the age of 98. She taught her to always be strong. In order to maintain her health, Lilian has been very careful with her diet all her life. She ate more rice and beans, vegetables of all kinds, fruits during the week, and meat only on Saturdays and Sundays. After defeating the coronavirus in April, he feels very well: "I'm strong as a bull."
Jennie Stejna, who lives in Easton, Massachusetts, is also a stunning 103-year-old survivor. In May, when she became infected with the COVID-19 virus, her nephew, Dave Stejna, was convinced he would die. But he recovered after a few weeks and celebrated the event with a cold beer. Her grandson says the secret of her longevity is that she has always been very active, working all the time in her vegetable garden. She was always calm, she never got angry, no matter the difficult situations she went through. She always had good relations with absolutely everyone.
No one gave him any chance of survival, but he defeated death after a 92-day battle! The story of Bromyard's 56-year-old Briton Steve White, who fell ill with COVID-19 in March, impressed the entire planet.
Steve White had been ill with COVID-19 for 92 days, doctors gave him a 1% chance of survival, and now he was discharged and returned home. Steve White, 56, the father of two children, has returned to his home in Bromyard, Herefordshire, after being connected to the assisted breathing apparatus for days.
On March 19, Steve White arrived at Hereford Hospital in a rather serious condition. Gradually, his body gave way and he ended up in the Intensive Care Unit. He went into a coma and was kept alive only by machines. His family began to prepare for the funeral and waited overnight for the doctors to give him the fatal news.
But on Thursday, June 18, Steve White was discharged. On the same day, doctors named him a national superhero because he fought the deadliest virus for the longest time, killing more than 42,600 people in the United Kingdom.
His stepdaughter, Lorna Townsend, 38, called the ambulance on March 19 and told the Daily Mail that at the time, COVID-19 patients spent an average of only eight days in hospital. In mid-April, the nightmare began and the family was called to the hospital almost daily to say goodbye to Steve, whose condition deteriorated overnight.
The coronavirus spreads and continuously affects everyone, no matter where, on plane or ground. The virus resulted a new record for the world's longest commercial flight in distance, after an Air Tahiti Nui plane was forced to fly from French Polynesia to France in an epic, nonstop, 16-hour trip across 9,765-miles.
On March 14, Air Tahiti Nui flight TN064 from Tahiti to Paris became the longest recorded scheduled passenger flight by distance, The Independent reports. It took it flight from Papeete at 3 a.m., on the local time, on Saturday and touched the ground at Charles De Gaulle airport in Paris at 6:30 a.m. local time on Sunday, according to the New York Post.
Though the flight there is a stop in Los Angeles to pick up passengers and refuel, but not this time, due to imposed bans, it was prohibited for the planes that have at the board foreign nations that have been to Europe, to enter the U.S.
From start to finish, the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner reportedly spent about 15 hours and 45 minutes flying.
Though the Saturday flight happend because of the current travel ban, it beaten the distance record for a 9,534-mile passenger flight between Singapore and Newark, established by Singapore Airlines.
What are the top 10 longest flights?
- Singapore Airlines: Newark (EWR) to Singapore (SIN): 9,521 miles; 18 hours, 45 minutes
- Qatar Airways: Auckland (AKL) to Doha (DOH): 9,032 miles; 17 hours, 40 minutes
- Qantas: Perth (PER) to London Heathrow (LHR): 9,010 miles; 17 hours, 20 minutes
- Emirates: Auckland (AKL) to Dubai (DXB): 8,824 miles; 17 hours, 20 minutes
- United Airlines (until October 27) and Singapore Airlines (starting November 2): Los Angeles (LAX) to Singapore (SIN): 8,770 miles; 17 hours, 15-50 minutes
- United Airlines: Houston (IAH) to Sydney (SYD): 8,596 miles; 17 hours, 20 minutes
- Qantas: Dallas-Ft. Worth (DFW) to Sydney (SYD): 8,578 miles; 17 hours, 15 minutes
- United Airlines and Singapore Airlines: San Francisco (SFO) to Singapore (SIN): 8,446 miles; 16 hours, 35-40 minutes
- Delta Air Lines: Johannesburg (JNB) to Atlanta (ATL): 8,439 miles; 16 hours, 27 minutes
- Etihad: Abu Dhabi (AUH) to Los Angeles (LAX): 8,390 miles; 16 hours, 30 minutes
During quarantine people spend a lot of time online, Bemorepanda decided to collect some interesting websites for you to randomize your online life. Today we read a lot of news and are tired to watch the feed on our social media. It’s time to give yourself a break from all the breaking news and release stress.
Maybe you will get entertained to play a virtual piano or tetris.
Tetris is the well known game, playing some rounds can release your anxiety. It is a easy game that enjoys everyone. Piano is another online platform where you can try your musical skills or develop them. Turning your keyboard into a piano is really fun.
Live-streams of cute animals are enjoyed by everyone, LiveCam is the best option for you in this sphere. Lovely animals seen online brings happiness and increase your mood for the hole day. Animals are stress releasing, so if you don’t have a little buddy near you, just click the website and admire how a little puppy is playing.
Bubble wrap is real fun. Sometimes you have to pop some bubble wrap to feel better, so here you are. Other ambient sounds to wash away your distraction and relax yourself can be heard on A Soft MurMur. Here you can create your own white noise which will calm you.
For those who love drawing, Quick Draw is a cool website where you can draw whatever you want. Spending time useful if very important toda during quarantine. We have a lot of time and sometimes it’s really boring, that’s why you have to entertain yourself and stay positive.
One of the main measures to stop the spreading of coronavirus is social distancing, which means that gyms are closed. Even if there are such circumstances, we need to stay fit and healthy.
Simple and regular exercise are essential for supporting healthy immune function; preventing weight gain; boosting your mood for the whole day; and keeping you healthy during this difficult times.
It is important to limit the prolonged sedentary behavior, especially during quarantine, that’s why we should make up a schedule which include some simple but efficient indoor exercise.
Cardio workouts are important during this sedentary routine days. It boosts your health and mood for the whole day, and you do not have to spend much time for this exercises. You can have an effective cardio workout at home during quarantine, even if you don’t have much space or special equipment.
You still have some equipment at home, for example a chair which you can use. Our fantasy is great, so we can invent our equipment, like some bottles of water, maybe some weight stuff from home and other. Here are some exercises you can do with home inventory.
You can also challenge yourself for a week to make some moves, a calendar titled “Weight loss challenge” can motivate you to start losing weight and spend your time correctly during quarantine and not only. Maybe you would like workout so much, that you will continue this routine after quarantine.
It is also important during quarantine to involve the whole family for some physical efforts, especially when your kids are at home. Here are some exercises you can do with your children, motivating them to be healthy, but also have an healthy occupation during quarantine. Cycling is the choice of those who have a private house on the ground, and respectively space around the house, where children can cycle without coming in contact with other people.
You may be also motivated by another type of exercises, called Name Fitness. We, Bemorepanda challenge you to spell your name and do the workout everyday. Here are some exercises for each letter from your name, let’s take a look:
Dear friends, stay healthy and try to make a minimum physical effort daily, we concern about your well being
and good mood. Have a productive quarantine near us!
President Donald Trump says the US will request the bill for Prince Harry and Meghan's security, as the pair moved to the US from Canada.
Mr Trump mentions on his Twitter page that he is "a great friend and admirer of the Queen and the United Kingdom", but also he highlighted that: "They must pay!"
Harry and Meghan said they had no intention to ask for publicly funded security on the territory of U.S.
They have moved to Meghan's home state of California due to the intensifying coronavirus outbreak.
They had to officially step down as senior royals on 31 March and respectively no longer carry out duties on behalf of the Queen, but these decisions will be reviewed after one year.
The couple mentioned that: "The duke and duchess have no plans to ask the US government for security resources. Privately funded security arrangements have been made.”
The family of Harry have spent much of this year in Canada's west coast, the last month the Canadian government announced that it would stop providing security assistance to the family.
The family moved to the Los Angeles area where Meghan was raised and where her mother, Doria Ragland, now lives, so Mr. Trump decided to follow the decision of the Canadian government, and did the same announcement regarding the security assistance.
The president's announcement tangents with coronavirus, while it continues spreading across the US. There are currently more than 135,000 confirmed cases, and approximately 2,381 deaths.
In California, coronavirus cases got around 5,565 and also there are 121 reported deaths.
Harry's father, the Prince of Wales, tested positive for coronavirus, but he "remains in good health".