A 100-year-old Indonesian woman has recovered from COVID-19, making her the country\u2019s oldest survivor of the deadly disease. The woman, Kamtim was discharged from the hospital this week after a month of treatment in her hometown Surabaya, Indonesia\u2019s second-biggest city, officials said. Ms. Kamtim was taken to hospital last month after showing Coronavirus symptoms before it was confirmed she had it, according to The Hindu. Siti Aminah, the woman\u2019s daughter-in-law, credited her recovery to \u201cdiscipline and persistence\u201d. \u201cEvery day I checked her condition with nurses and they always told me that she was very strong and diligent about taking her medicine,\u201d Ms. Aminah said. \u201cShe was very motivated to get better.\u201d It was not clear how the home-bound woman contracted the virus. \u201cShe probably got it when people from the neighbourhood came around to visit since she never goes outside,\u201d said Ms. Aminah. Also speaking on her recovery, East Java Governor Khofifah Indar Parawansa said she hoped Ms. Kamtim\u2019s story would give a boost to at-risk residents. \u201cI hope her recovery can motivate elderly people during the pandemic,\u201d Ms. Parawansa added. Indonesia has confirmed more than 26,000 cases of COVID-19 and 1,613 deaths.