Not to disrespect her, but it probably was a false positive. A monk in his 90's I know was also told he had it (because of positive test). After 2 weeks of isolation, he emerged saying that the doctors were wrong. He came to this conclusion based on common sense. He had no symptoms and felt fine. He rufused to go along with the notion he "beat the virus".
Cuthbert Mayne
Well she survived Vatican 2 so covid would be a walk in the park
Life is not worth having if it is not worth losing.
Tough enough to make it to 117? No surprise you beat this sort of influenca.
The exact opposite sentiment of the world.