Fabregas’s grandmother beat Corona at age 95


Veteran Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas has announced that his 95-year-old grandmother has defeated the new Corona virus. The French player of Monaco had revealed in early April that his grandmother had contracted the virus, with 70 percent of those present with her in a nursing home in the town of Arenys de Mar in Barcelona. But the former Arsenal, Chelsea, and Barcelona player wrote on Twitter, “It passed the 95-year-old Corona virus. The test was negative yesterday!” The 32-year-old continued, “My great grandmother is a superhero, but this would not have been possible without the help of the nurses and doctors who gave their lives in every moment, so that we could all live better in these difficult moments.”


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