قام مركز الأمراض الإنتقاليه وطواقمه الطبيه والإداريه اليوم بالإحتفال بشفاء وخروج اكبر مصابه بفيروس كورونا ( كوفيد-19) تم شفائها حتى هذا اليوم في دولة قطر .— مؤسسة حمد الطبية (@HMC_Qatar) May 5, 2020
وتبلغ المريضه القطريه من العمر 85 عام#سلامتك_هي_سلامتي pic.twitter.com/TPLLFexN5j
In mid-March, after complaining of fever and cough, the woman was diagnosed with Covid-19 and admitted to the CDC. Earlier this week, she was discharged from the hospital after two consecutive tests confirmed that she had been cured of the virus, HMC said in an accompanying video.
HMC's Dr Muna al-Maslamani, Dr Muna al-Rashid and Dr Mohamed Abu Khattab were among the group of doctors, and nurses who gathered to say goodbye to "this very special patient". A total of 2,070 people had recovered from Covid-19 in the country until Wednesday, according to figures released by the Ministry of Public Health.
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