French woman Lucile Landon, who was recognized as the world's oldest by Guinness World Records, died on the 17th.
She was 118 years old.
According to Guinness World Records, which certifies Guinness World Records, Mr. Landon was born in France in 1904 and became a Catholic nun in 1944 after working as a teacher.
She then went by the name of "Sister André" and devoted most of her time to her religious ministry.
In January, when she was 116 years old, she was infected with the new coronavirus, but recovered in three weeks. has been certified by Guinness World Records.
According to French media, Mr. Landon died on the 17th as he slept in an elderly facility in the south of France where she was admitted.
Guinness World Records said, "When she was born in France, the painter Cézanne was still painting and the philosopher Sartre had not yet been born. Her story could be recorded in the Guinness World Records. It's an honor," he commented.