Olena, the spouse of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said on Friday she had tried positive for coronavirus yet her significant other and their two youngsters had tried negative.
"Today I got a positive test for coronavirus. Sudden news. Particularly thinking about that I and my family keep on adhering to all the standards - covers, gloves, at least contacts," Zelenska composed on Facebook.
She said she felt well, was not hospitalized, however, she was separating from her better half and kids.
Ukraine has revealed 29,753 coronavirus cases, including 870 passings.
Lockdowns have spared in excess of 3,000,000 lives from coronavirus in Europe, investigation gauges.
The group at Imperial College London said the "loss of life would have been enormous" without lockdown.
Be that as it may, they cautioned that solitary a little extent of individuals had been contaminated and we were still just "toward the start of the pandemic".
Another investigation contended worldwide lockdowns had "spared more lives, in a shorter timeframe, than any time in recent memory".
The Imperial examination surveyed the effect of limitations in 11 European nations - Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK - up to the start of May.
At that point, around 130,000 individuals had passed on from coronavirus in those nations.
The analysts utilized infection demonstrating to foresee what number of passings there would have been if lockdown had not occurred. Also, the work originates from a similar gathering that guided the UK's choice to go into lockdown.
The UK changes course in the midst of the loss of life fears
They evaluated 3.2 million individuals would have kicked the bucket by 4 May notwithstanding measures, for example, shutting organizations and advising individuals to remain at home.
That implied lockdown spared around 3.1 million lives, remembering 470,000 for the UK, 690,000 in France and 630,000 in Italy, the report in the diary Nature appears.
"Lockdown turned away a large number of passings, those passings would have been a disaster," said Dr. Seth Flaxman, from Imperial.
Their conditions made a few suppositions, which will influence the figures.
They accept no one would have changed their conduct in light of the Covid danger without a lockdown - and that emergency clinics would not be overpowered bringing about a flood in passings, which almost occurred in certain nations.
The investigation likewise doesn't consider the wellbeing results of lockdowns that may take a very long time to completely reveal.
Just the start?
The model additionally anticipated that the episode would be almost over at this point without a lockdown, as such a large number of individuals would have been contaminated.
More than seven of every 10 individuals in the UK would have had Covid, prompting group insusceptibility and the infection did spreading.
Rather, the analysts gauge that up to 15 million individuals across Europe had been tainted by the start of May.
The scientists state, all things considered, 4% of the populace in those nations had been contaminated.
"Cases this is all over can be solidly dismissed. We are just toward the start of this pandemic," said Dr. Flaxman.
Furthermore, it implies that as lockdowns begin to lift, there is a hazard the infection could begin to spread once more.
"There is an undeniable hazard if portability returns up there could be a subsequent wave coming sensibly soon, in the following month or two," said Dr. Samir Bhatt.
In the interim, a different report by the University of California, Berkeley, broke down the effect of lockdowns in China, South Korea, Iran, France, and the US.
Their report, additionally in Nature, says lockdown forestalled 530 million contaminations in those nations.
Not long before lockdowns were presented, they said cases were multiplying at regular intervals.
Dr. Solomon Hsiang, one of the scientists, said coronavirus had been a "genuine human catastrophe" however the worldwide activity to stop the spread of the infection had "spared more lives, in a shorter timeframe, than at any other time".