Ukraine's First Lady, Olena Zelenska, continues her therapy in a Kyiv-based hospital after she has been tested positive for the coronavirus.
Her diagnosis is community-acquired bilateral polysegmental pneumonia, which was confirmed by a polymerase chain reaction test last week, the press service of the Office of the President said on Facebook on June 18.
At the moment, the course of the disease corresponds to moderate pneumonia.
"Respiratory distress: 0. [She] does not need supporting oxygenation. Olena Zelenska's condition is stable," it said.
The First Lady is receiving antibiotic therapy; she is in an isolation ward, under medical supervision.
Volodymyr Zelensky and their two children have tested negative, they will undergo next PCR tests for COVID-19 on June 19.
As UNIAN reported earlier, Zelenska on June 12 tested positive for COVID-19. She was well, had no symptoms of the disease. On June 16, she was hospitalized.