Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu and some of his advisors will go into quarantine after an aide tested positive for the coronavirus, the prime minister’s office said on Monday.

Netanyahu decided to enter self-quarantine until he receive the test result, according to his office.

Netanyahu’s parliamentary adviser Rivka Paluch tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

Israeli PM will undergo a coronavirus test for a second time after Paluch tested positive, local media said.

Paluch reportedly spent the last few days “in the vicinity” of Netanyahu, Knesset members and other advisers, the Jerusalem Post reported.

Netanyahu had tested negative for coronavirus

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