Knesset urges MKs to 'act acccording to guidlines' after PM aide contracts virus

Moran Azulay|
The Knesset security officer on Monday urged lawmakers, who were in the same room as an adviser to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who has reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus, "to follow Health Ministry guidelines."
The epidemiological report shows that the aide was at the Jerusalem parliament on March 16, March 23, and March 26.
Lawmakers and Knesset staff who were in the aide's vicinity during these times received a message urging them to act according to Health Ministry guidelines regarding exposure to the virus.
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