Great-great grandma, 103, cracks open ice-cold beer to celebrate beating coronavirus

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Granny like no other! 😂😂

A great-great grandmother aged 103 cracked open an ice-cold beer in her bed to celebrate recovering from coronavirus.

Jenny Stejna supped on her favorite Bud Light after overcoming Covid-19 at her nursing home in Easton, Massachusetts, earlier this month.

Jenny’s granddaughter Shelley Gunn is thrilled by her recovery, having said what she feared was her final goodbye to the elderly woman after she was diagnosed with Covid-19.

The senior, who has two children, three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren, fell ill with a low-grade fever at the start of May.

Jenny’s condition soon worsened, to the point where the elderly woman did not realize what was happening to her, with her stricken family told to say their goodbyes while she was still lucid.

Shelley told Wicked Local Easton that her husband Adam had asked Jenny if she was ready to go to heaven, with the fearless senior replying: ‘Hell, yes!’

Happily, the family’s worst fears did not come to pass, with Jenny, who is originally from Poland, becoming the first of 33 coronavirus patients in her nursing home to recover from the disease. She was pictured savoring the booze afterwards, with Adam Gunn saying the heartening snap sums the grandma’s personality up.

He explained: ‘This feisty old Polish grandmother of ours officially beat the coronavirus.

‘We’re truly very thankful.’ Coronavirus has so far killed more than 100,000 Americans, with the disease particularly dangerous for sufferers over the age of 80.

Nursing homes across the United States have been sealed-off in a bid to prevent the disease spreading, but many have still become hotbeds of the virus, with dozens of residents dying in some of the worst-hit facilities.

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