PM Netanyahu Briefly Hospitalized On Tuesday Night

Lucy Bush
March 29, 2018

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during a news conference at the White House on February 15, 2017.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was hospitalized Tuesday after suffering from a high fever and a cough, government officials said.

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According to a statement from his office, Netanyahu was suffering from a cough and a high fever. Berkovich went with the Prime Minister to the hospital, where Netanyahu was treated by the medical staff.

Netanyahu's personal physician believes the prime minister had not fully recovered from an illness two weeks ago and therefore decided he should undergo further tests at hospital, the spokesman said.

The doctors prescribed medications and recommended that the prime minister get some rest.

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