Lucille Randon, a French nun who bore the title of “world’s oldest person,” has died at 118.
The nun died in her bed on Tuesday, officials said at the nursing home in Toulon, southern France, where Randon was staying, according to press reports in the country.
Authorities were saddened by the death of Sister Randon, also known as “Nurse Doyenne Andre,” but expressed her death wish.
Sister Lucille Randon, born in February 1904 and holding the title of oldest person in the world since April 25 of last year, survived Covid-19 at the beginning of 2021.
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