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105-year-old who recovered from COVID-19 credits gin-soaked raisins for breakfast


A 105-year-old New Jersey woman who survived both the 1918 flu pandemic and a bout with the coronavirus attributed her longevity to her daily ritual of eating nine raisins soaked in gin. “Fill a jar. Nine raisins a day after it sits for nine days,” Lucia DeClerck told The New York Times. Gin-soaked raisins are not among the recommended Centers for Disease Control and Prevention treatments for the virus. DeClerck, born in Hawaii to Guatemalan and Spanish parents, eventually retired to a Manahawkin retirement community at 90. She learned she had tested positive for the virus on Jan. 25, her…

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