All the officials involved in the Meron investigation agree that they are responsible for what happened but denied that they were to blame.
Police chief Kobi Shabtai blamed politicians and engineers for the disaster in which 45 people died.
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett announced on Monday morning that he had tested positive for the coronavirus, adding that he felt well and would continue working from his home throughout the isolation.
Police leaning towards nationally motivated attack despite the attacker being a known Islamic State supporter
Last week, the attorney-general appointed a team to investigate wiretapping allegations made against the police.
Shabtai will meet with senior officials in the Emirati Interior Ministry and local police commissioners.
The compensation will be offset by any payment the families will receive from legal proceedings.
Senior officer testifies he failed to convince Shabtai to limit the number of participants
Coalition MKs condemned the attack and sent condolences and recovery wishes to the man killed and the people wounded, while opposition MKs used the attack to lambast the government.
On Sunday, 318 fines were issued for Israelis not wearing a mask, compared to 89 on Saturday, and 74 fines were issued for violating isolation restrictions, compared to 47 on Saturday.