|Ana del Valle|
|Birth:||20 October 1913|
Ronda, Andalusia, Spain
|Age:||107 years, 182 days|
Ana del Valle del Valle (born 20 October 1913) is a Spanish centenarian who is one of the oldest known survivors of COVID-19, having recovered from the disease at the age of 106. She also recovered from the Spanish Flu more than a century beforehand, making her one of a small number of people to have survived contracting both diseases.
Ana del Valle was born in Ronda, Andalusia, Spain on 20 October 1913. Her older sister died from the Spanish flu. She had four children.
She moved at a nursing home in 2012. In March 2020, she tested positive to covid-19; however, as of April 2020, she successfully recovered. As of April 2020, she had five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Ana del Valle currently lives in Alcala del Valle, Andalusia, Spain, at the age of 107 years, 182 days.
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- Meet the 106-year-old Spanish abuela who survived two pandemics, a century apart The Local, 27 April 2020