Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has tested negative for the coronavirus while under self-isolation, The Times of Israel reports. Netanyahu’s office said he would enter voluntary self-quarantine after one of his aides tested positive for the virus. Despite the clean test result, the prime minister will remain in self-quarantine. The aide was confirmed to have the virus on Sunday after her husband was hospitalized due to COVID-19, and her condition is unclear. Netanyahu’s office initially claimed that self-isolation was not necessary, as the PM and the aide had not been in the same room for the last two weeks.