Connie Titchen
Connie Titchen
Titchen in April 2020 after recovering from COVID-19 at the age of 106
Birth: 5 September 1913
UK
Age: 107 years, 332 days
Country: United Kingdom UK
Centenarian

Constance May "Connie" Titchen (born 5 September 1913) is a British centenarian who is one of oldest known survivors of COVID-19, having recovered from the disease at the age of 106.

Biography

Titchen was born in the United Kingdom on 5 September 1913. She was a shop worker and reportedly enjoyed dancing, cycling, and playing golf.

Titchen currently lives in Birmingham, West Midlands, England, UK. She underwent a hip operation in December 2019, and was back walking again within 30 days. As of 2020, Titchen has five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

COVID-19 Survival

In March 2020, during the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in the UK, Titchen was admitted to Birmingham City Hospital with suspected pneumonia. She was later diagnosed with COVID-19, and battled the virus for just under three weeks before successfully recovering. She was applauded by hospital staff as she was discharged on 14 April 2020. At the time, she was the UK's oldest known COVID-19 survivor at 106 years old.

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