The website meets the Israeli accessibility standard. Efforts and resources were dedicated to the creation of an accessible website that provides a pleasant browsing experience to all users. The Ministry of Health sees great importance in providing accessible information to all audiences, including individuals with disabilities. Consequently, efforts and resources were dedicated to the creation of an accessible website that provides a pleasant browsing experience to all users.
The Ministry of Health complies with the accessibility guidelines of Israeli Standard 5568 – " Web Content Accessibility Guidelines" on the same level of the international organization concerned with web standards, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
Website accessibility components.
All website actions can be taken using the keyboard
|Requested Action||Keyboard Key|
|Switch to next link CS||TAB|
|Go back to previous link||TAB + SHIFT|
Adjustments for blind and visually impaired users
The website is suitable for use with screen reader software and includes:
- Image-replacement texts
- A division of the website into navigation areas and a central content area, with the option to jump between them
- Use of ARIA for improved screen reader interpretation capacity
We continue to invest many resources in making the website accessible. However, you may find that certain parts of the website remain inaccessible.
If you've encountered a problem or if you have any questions or comments, we would like to hear you.
Ms. Orly Bouni, Accessibility Commissioner in the Ministry of Health: accessibility@MOH.GOV.IL
View the guidelines for internet website accessibility version 2.1:
In Hebrew: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)2.0
In English: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)2.0
Accessibility statement updated on 22.3.2022