Ukraine's ex-leader Tymoshenko in serious condition with coronavirus

Ukraine crosses 10,000 coronavirus cases: health minister - Insider

Ukraine's former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko has tested positive for the novel coronavirus and is currently in a serious condition, her party's spokeswoman said on Sunday.     

"Sadly, this is the truth," Marina Soroka, spokeswoman for the Fatherland party, said in a Facebook post. The 59-year-old politician is "fighting" with a temperature of 39 degrees, Soroka said. Local media reported that some members of Tymoshenko's family were also infected. 
Tymoshenko was twice prime minister of Ukraine and became famous in 2004 as the face of widespread protests against corruption and election rigging, known as the Orange Revolution. She has also been jailed twice.     
She stood for the third time in Ukraine's presidential elections in 2019, but failed to gain sufficient support. Ukraine has so far recorded 107,379 cases of the virus, and a death toll of 2,313.

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