Zelenska is now in an isolation ward in a Kyiv hospital /  Photo from president.gov.ua

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.

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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.