According to SpectatorIndex, the number of coronavirus cases worldwide reaches 600,000 today with over 27,000 deaths and over 133,000 recorded. Among the recovered patients is a 101-year-old man in Rimini, Italy who was born during the Spanish Flu pandemic between January 1918 to December 1920.

During the Spanish Flu outbreak, over 500 million people were infected. The death toll is estimated to have been anywhere from 17 million to 50 million, and possibly as high as 100 million, making it one of the deadliest epidemics in human history. Miraculously, the man who was identified with the name "Mr. P" survived the deadly Spanish Flu and has once again survived Coronavirus.

According to Vice-Mayor of Rimini, Gloria Lisi, Mr. P was born in 1919 and was admitted to the hospital last week after testing positive for Covid-19. Speaking about the case, Lisi said, "Everyone saw hope for the future of all of us in the recovery of a person more than 100 years old."

"Every day we see the sad stories from these weeks that mechanically tell about a virus that rages and is especially aggressive on the elderly. But he survived. Mr. P. survived," Lisi added.

The Vice-Mayor said that Mr. P's family took him home on Wednesday. "His family brought him home last night (Wednesday), leaving behind a lesson that even at the age of 101, the future is not set."

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