Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during a news conference at the White House on February 15, 2017.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was at Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center in Yerushalayim Tuesday night, to undergo a series of tests for a high fever and cough, the hospital spokesperson said in a statement.
The construction of a security wall and an emergency exit route both need planning permission, Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon said in a statement.
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His personal physician, Dr. Berkowitz, said that he believes the prime minister's symptoms from an illness he was suffering two weeks ago may have worsened due to not completing the period of rest required for recovery. So far, the hospital appears to have confirmed a recurrence of the throat infection that kept the prime minister at home earlier this month, although pneumonia has also been mentioned as a possibility.
The 68-year-old leader is said to be suffering ill health and has been admitted for some tests.
His wife and son were questioned Monday by police in a high-profile corruption investigation revolving around Bezeq, the Israeli telecom giant.
Netanyahu has said "a shadow has fallen under the police investigation", and insisted the police cases have "holes like Swiss cheese".