December 15th – On the 14th local time, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has been in contact with confirmed patients with COVID-19 and began to self-quarantine on the same day.
His test results on the 13th and 14th were negative, and the quarantine period will end in five days, which is his third quarantine.
According to Israel’s Jerusalem Post on the 14th, Netanyahu contacted Kleiner, chairman of the Likud Group Court, on the 8th, and Kleiner was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus on the morning of the 14th.
Netanyahu immediately cancelled the day’s trip and began medical observation, during which he would participate in cabinet meetings by video.
According to the report, this is the third time Netanyahu has been quarantined, and he has not been infected with the novel coronavirus before.
In addition, a secretary in the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office was also diagnosed on the 13th, but Netanyahu did not have contact with him.