Gamliel found herself in hot water after violating coronavirus lockdown restrictions by traveling some 150 km. from her Tel Aviv home to Tiberias for Yom Kippur, before testing positive for the virus. She prayed at a synagogue in the city run by her father-in-law, where some 20 people were diagnosed with the virus in recent days.
Gamliel released a statement explaining what had happened, while apologizing to the public. She promised to pay the required NIS 5,000 fine.
Source: Jerusalem Post