Leader of Ukraine's Batkivshchyna Party, MP Yulia Tymoshenko has recovered from the novel coronavirus.
"Finally it's time for good news! Yulia Volodymyrivna has just tested negative for COVID-19. The coronavirus has been overcome," her press secretary Maryna Soroka wrote on Facebook on September 11.
Read alsoAnother MP from Batkivshchyna faction tested positive for coronavirus – mediaAccording to the press secretary, Tymoshenko "feels much better. She still has pneumonia, but the treatment is going well, and she will get back to normal life and work soon."
Tymoshenko contracts COVID-19: Background
- On August 23, Tymoshenko's press secretary said the leader of the Batkivshchyna Party had tested positive for COVID-19.
- Tymoshenko's daughter Eugenia, as well as Eugenia's husband Arthur Chechetkin, also fell ill, according to media reports.
- On August 25, media reported the politician had been put on a ventilator.
- On August 26, Ukrainian MP from the Batkivshchyna Party's parliamentary faction Vadym Ivchenko said Tymoshenko was in critical condition.
- On September 2, Tymoshenko for the first time spoke up about her health condition.