The miraculous recovery of a 102-year-old woman from COVID-19 has left family, friends and the medical world bewildered as experts deemed little hope of survival after contracting the virus.
Catherine Grace, who worked with Winston Churchill during World War II, was predicted by doctors to live for just 2 hours. Her mysterious recovery and return to normalcy within days, has shook many in awe.
Catherine held a secretive role in the South Bank side of London, never divulging the true nature regarding her work with the prime minister, according to the Official Secrets Agreement.
Just two weeks ago, she was rushed to Wakefield’s Pinderfields Hospital in West Yorkshire, where disheartened doctors informed family members to expect nothing but the worst. Catherine could be seen bidding family members a final goodbye via video call.
It was not until two days later that her 63-year-old cousin Marie Nebard received a phone call from a hospital worker, who broke the news of her miraculous recovery.
Catherine, commonly called Aunt Kitt by her loving family members was seen being wheeled out of the hospital on May 5th, amidst a huge round of applause and cheering by front line hospital workers.
After returning to her care home, Catherine was surprised with a grand welcome party by staff members. Her family was allowed to visit from a distance in the coming days.
Mary stated how quick the turn of events occurred, leaving many baffled with the news of Catherine not surviving the night. The next minute, the news of a miraculous recovery was unbelievable to many loved ones’ ears.
Catherine was described by Mary as a brave and resilient woman who devoted her life to the secretive role affairs of the government. Despite being made a widow during World War II in 1950, she showed the resilience of a new kind. And that was one of the biggest reasons why seeing her leave like this was hard for many to accept.
Marie paid great tribute to NHS workers who assisted in saving her dear cousin’s life.
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