Jennie Stejna, a 103-year-old Polish woman, celebrated beating the coronavirus by drinking a bud light.
Shelley Gunn, the granddaughter of Stejna, said that her grandmother was the first one to test positive in her nursing home.
She had a low-grade fever ad was moved to a separate ward.
Stejna did not understand the coronavirus, but she did know that she was extremely ill.
Because of her old age, there was always a staff member by her side.
As the condition of Stejna worsened, she got ready to go to heaven.
But on May 13, 2020, the grandmother recovered from the deadly disease.
The staff gave Stejna an ice-cold Bud Light, a type of Beer, to celebrate, something she loved but had not had in a very long time.
Stejna was the first resident of her nursing home to get the disease and was the first one to recover from it.
The nursing home still has 33 cases of coronavirus.
Stejna has lived all her life in Massachusetts.
Teddy, her husband, died in 1992 when he was just 82 years old.
They got married in 1938, which means they were together for 54 years.
The grandmother was an avid bingo player, enjoyed reading, and loved to crochet until she got arthritis.
Gunn said that she has had a number of blankest that her grandmother made.
Not only that, but the grandmother is also a hardcore Boston sports fan.
She used to sit outside and listen to the Red Sox on the radio.
Stejna has 2 kids, 3 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren, and 3 great-great-grandchildren.