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Jennie Stejna enjoys a cold one to celebrate beating Covid-19.
1 Jun 2020
The family of a 103-year-old woman Jennie Stejna was ready for the worst when she tested positive for the novel coronavirus in April. Stejna was the first person to test positive for the coronavirus at her nursing home, Life Care Center of Wilbraham. According to her granddaughter Shelley Gun, they were told at one point…

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