The world’s oldest woman Lucille Randon has died at the age of 118.
Born on February 11, 1904, in France, Randon watched both world wars fought the corona epidemic and kept herself busy working until the age of 108.
In an interview a month ago, Randon said she felt bad about old age because she couldn’t work.
She said that she used to teach dance to children, but now she is in need of others.
With the death of Randon, Maria Brannis Moreira had been awarded the title of the world’s oldest woman.
115-year-old Moreira was born in the United States and now lives in Spain.