Olena Zelenska, the first lady and the wife of President of Ukraine received a positive test result for Covid-19. At that, she wrote on Facebook that she felt fine, and she did not observe any symptoms that are typical for the disease.
"Weakening of the quarantine does not mean Covid-19 disappeared. The danger did not go away, it's close. Closer than one could think. Today, I received a positive result of the test for coronavirus. An unexpected piece of news, especially taking into account that me and my family continue to live up to all regulations - we wear masks, gloves, and there's minimum contact...", she wrote.
Zelenska says she feels fine. "However, I'm on ambulatory medical care, isolated from other family members, so as not to leave them exposed to danger. Volodymyr [Zelensky] and children passed the tests, too, their results are negative", the first lady concluded.
Meanwhile, the largest number of coronavirus-infected people has been recorded in Kyiv over the past 24 hours: 95 Kyivans fell ill. This is a new anti-record in terms of incidence. The city's mayor Vitaliy Klitschko announced this during an online briefing.
"The news is not optimistic. The number of Kyiv residents who have been diagnosed with coronavirus over the past day has increased by 95 people. 16 doctors are among them. One person has died. Today, there are 3,766 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the capital of Ukraine," Klitschko stated.