World’s Oldest Person, French Nun Dies At 118
Lucile Randon, a 118-year-old French nun, who is the “oldest person in the world”, died in a nursing home. Lucile Randon, a 118-year-old French nun, who is the “oldest person in the world”, died in a nursing home in the city of Toulon, in the south of France.
DIE IN BED
Nursing home officials gave the news of Randon’s death. The nun reportedly died in her bed on Tuesday. Officials said they were saddened by the death of Sister Randon, also known as “Doyenne nurse Andre,” but had long expressed a death wish.
CORONA BROUGHT BEFORE
Sister Lucile Randon, born in February 1904, holding the title of the world’s oldest person since April 25 last year, survived Kovid-19 at the beginning of 2021.