|Birth:||6 July 1912|
|Age:||109 years, 30 days|
Dora Olafsdottir [Icelandic: Dóra Ólafsdóttir] (born 6 July 1912) is an Icelandic centenarian who is the oldest living person in Iceland.
Dora Olafsdottir was born in Grýtubakkahreppur, Iceland on 6 July 1912. For 40 years, she was a telephonist in Akureyri and lived at Norðurgata street along with her husband, Þóri Áskelsson, a sailor. They were also gardeners. Thorir was an enthusiast of the Icelandic language and a friend of the poet David Stefánsson.
Olafsdottir said in an interview that she attributes her longevity to healthy food and exercise. She became the oldest living person in Iceland after the death of Jensina Andresdottir on 18 April 2019.
In late December 2020 at age 108, Olafsdottir received the COVID-19 vaccine.
- DÓRA ORÐIN 105 ÁRA Langlífi, 6. juli 2017
- SÚ ÞRIÐJA ELSTA ORÐIN 106 ÁRA Langlífi, 6. juli 2018
- ELSTI ÍSLENDINGURINN 107 ÁRA Langlífi, 6. juli 2019
- Dóra Ólafsdóttir varð 107 ára í gær – Hefur áhuga á knattspyrnu DV, 7. júlí 2019
- Dóra Ólafsdóttir 108 ára í dag, elst Íslendinga Mbl.is 6. juli 2020
- „Bara smá tilfinning og búið“ Vísir, 1 January 2021
- Elsti Íslendingurinn 109 ára í dag: „Ég nenni nú ekki að verða mikið eldri" Visir, 6 July 2021
|Iceland's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (V • E)|