According to his office, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was hospitalized after feeling dizzy, due to what is believed to be dehydration as extreme heat hit the nation. He was admitted on Saturday to the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan, a suburb of Tel Aviv.

Netanyahu’s initial tests “came out normal” and he now seems to be in “good condition,” according to a statement from his office.

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Netanyahu visited the Sea of Galilee, a well-liked tourist destination in northern Israel, on Friday, according to a joint statement from his office and the hospital. With temperatures in the mid-30s Celsius (mid-90s Fahrenheit), the nation is experiencing a summer heat wave.

The statement claims that Netanyahu experienced “mild dizziness” on Saturday and that his doctor advised him to visit Sheba Hospital, which is close to Tel Aviv. Netanyahu’s seaside home in Caesaria, a coastal hamlet, is more than half an hour away from the hospital.

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At 73 years old, Netanyahu is the president who has served the nation the longest. While en route to Sheba Hospital, he apparently also complained of chest pain but was fully conscious. He also walked into the emergency room himself, according to Israel’s Channel 12 TV.

The channel also reported that Netanyahu was not being sedated, and no actions have occurred that would deem him unable to act. The statement from his office claimed that while initial tests were normal, the doctors had ordered further tests.

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Although he was briefly hospitalized in October of last year after feeling ill during prayers on Yom Kippur, the day when devout Jews fast, Netanyahu is considered to be in generally sound health.

In a statement, Israeli opposition leader Yair Lapid wished Netanyahu ‘full recovery and good health’. Lapid tweeted, “Feel better.”