Former Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu 'feels well' after testing positive for COVID

Former Israeli Prime Minister and current opposition party leader Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday tested positive for COVID, The New York Times and the Jerusalem Post report.

A party spokesperson said Netanyahu, 72, "feels well," and has been following Israel's coronavirus guidelines, per the Times. It is Netanyahu's first time contracting the virus, the Jerusalem Post adds.

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