Netanyahu fell ill in mid-March and cancelled his public schedule for five consecutive days.
"The prime minister's personal physician...believes the prime minister did not recover and should have rested following an illness contracted two weeks ago causing symptoms to worsen", said the statement.
A security cabinet meeting scheduled for Wednesday will take place as planned, an Israeli official told Reuters. The reports said he could for the first time have faced questions over information provided by Nir Hefetz, a longtime Netanyahu aide who has turned state witness. Netanyahu denies any wrongdoing.
Israeli police have already recommended indicting Netanyahu for bribery, fraud and breach of trust in two separate cases. "The investigation is being carried out with the supervision of the state attorney and with the approval of the attorney general".
Police were seen arriving to Netanyahu's residence Monday morning. Support for Netanyahu's Likud party remains strong in opinion polls.
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