Over one week after suffering a stroke, Loretta Lynn has left the hospital and has been moved to a rehabilitation facility.
The news comes from an update shared on her official website. The statement notes that Lynn is "doing great," but has been advised by her doctors to stay off the road while she is recuperating. It also notes that upcoming tour dates will be postponed. It's currently unclear how long the 85-year-old will be forced to stay off the road while she recuperates.
When news of Lynn's hospitalization broke on May 5, her friends and comrades in country music shared their well-wishes online.
"The Queen of queens, Loretta Lynn," Garth Brooks shared during his weekly live video series, Inside Studio G. "Please know our love is with you, our strength is with you, and our money is on you. I know you're already running the place there in ICU. All of our love and all of our strength is with you."
Lynn will release her new studio album, Wouldn't It Be Great, on Aug. 18. One week later, she'll be the latest artist to have their own exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Fans can visit her display at the museum beginning on Aug. 25.