Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is isolating at home after his daughter tested positive for COVID-19, his office said.
Bennett tested negative via an antigen test Sunday morning as he headed into his cabinet meeting, his office said. When he learned about his daughter, Bennett left the meeting.
Bennett will take a PCR test and stay isolated at home, away from his daughter, until he gets his results, his office said.
Bennett, 49, and his wife have four children.