Small celebrations have been held after some very big victories against the pandemic.
Katherine Kraus, who beat COVID-19 at 102 years of age, was wheeled out of a specialized unit in Wisconsin.
In New Jersey, a big smile from 108-year-old Sylvia Goldscholl who's also recovering.
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"How is this for an inspiration? She was seven years old during the 1918 flu pandemic and she survived it. Last month, Sylvia tested positive for COVID-19. And now we can say she has beaten that," said New Jersey's Governor Phil Murphy.
Edith Deangelo beat the virus too. While she was in quarantine in a senior home in Pennsylvania, firefighters helped her family mark the 101-year-old's birthday and recovery.
"She's just always been a fighter, one of the strongest women I know," said a member of Deangelo's family.
In Missouri, Marine Corps veteran Max Dewesse, who is counting down the days until he's 100 years old, got a well-deserved salute. The Purple Heart recipient marched out of a rehabilitation facility after winning his battle against COVID-19.
"I've gone through hell more than once, and this came almost as close," Dewesse said.
One of the oldest known survivors of the pandemic has quite a story too.
Maria Branyas was up and walking at a nursing home in Spain after overcoming the virus at 113 years old.