After the news of the coronavirus infection of the adviser to the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, Rivka Paluh, the head of government, together with family members and his staff, went into isolation.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s test for coronavirus showed a negative result. This was reported by Haaretz, citing a spokesman for the head of the Israeli government.
On March 30, it became known that the adviser to Netanyahu, Rivka Paluh, had become infected with the coronavirus. On March 26, Paluh participated in several meetings with representatives of various ministries, that day she also met with Netanyahu.
Because of this, the prime minister, his family members and closest advisers were tested for coronavirus. According to the publication, they are all healthy.
Despite this, Netanyahu nevertheless went into self-isolation.
The COVID-19 outbreak began in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. March 11 World Health Organization announced the spread of coronavirus pandemic.
As of today, coronavirus infection was detected in 4831 Israelis, 17 patients have died, 83 are in serious condition.