Accessibility Statement

The Ministry of Health gives primacy to releasing accessible information for all audiences, especially people with disabilities. Therefore, many resources, efforts and thought are dedicated to designing an accessible website to benefit people with disabilities for an enjoyable browsing experience

Accessibility Statement – The Traffic Light (Ramzor) Website

The Ministry of Health complies with the accessibility guidelines of Israeli Standard 5568 – Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and the guidelines of the International Organization for Web Standards – Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. 

Keyboard Use

All website functionality is available from a keyboard


Keyboard Key

Move to the next webpage link


Open link


Go back to the last link


Customization for Visually Impaired Users

The website supports screen readers and has:

  • Titles
  • Text alternatives for photographs
  • Division into navigation areas and main content area, with an option to go back and forth
  • ARIA software installed to improve the screen reader interpretability

Recommended Browsers for Surfing the Traffic Light (Ramzor) Website

  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Edge

This website does not support Explorer

Accessibility-Related Disclosure 

We continue with our great efforts to make this website more accessible. Nevertheless, certain parts of the website might be inaccessible. If you find any errors or if you would like to comment on accessibility issues or ask a question, we would be happy to hear from you:

Ms. Orly Boni, Ministry of Health Accessibility Officer
Email address:
Telephone: 02-5080847
Please state your name and paste a link to the relevant webpage.

Guidelines for Web Content Accessibility 2.1

English:   Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0
Hebrew:  Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0

Accessibility was tested on an NVDA screen reader version 2020.4

Update: 5.4.2021