This is what the Roman Martyrology says on May 14 about Saint Corona who has become famous because of the coronavirus:
“In Syria, the holy martyrs Victor and Corona, under emperor Antoninus (reign: 138-161).
Victor was subjected to various horrible torments by the judge Sebastian.
As Corona, the wife of a certain soldier, was proclaiming him happy for his fortitude in his sufferings, she saw two crowns falling from Heaven, one for Victor, the other for herself.
She related this to all present, and was torn to pieces between two trees. Victor was beheaded.”
Antoninus Pius (+161) succeeded Hadrian, and was succeeded by Marcus Aurelius.