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The activity of the study frameworks within the outline of the traffic light program

What is the traffic light plan, how are the colors of the towns determined and where can an educaitonal framework operate within the outline of the plan? Guide

Check what color your town is and whether studies are taking place there.
 
As part of the traffic light program, From Sunday 7.3.2021, studies in grades 6-10 will be held, in accordance with governmental permission. In other words, studies and activities in the educational frameworks will be permitted for early childhood (up to age 6) frameworks,grades 1-12 and youth movements, in green and yellow towns.
In addition, studies can be held in these age groups in excluded orange towns – i.e., towns that have a score of up to 7 in the morbidity index and in which the amount of people aged 50 and over who were vaccinated with a second vaccine dose is more than 70%.

Please note: In regional councils, studies takes place according to the color of the regional council, while activities in the education frameworks up to the age of 6 take place according to the color of the town.

In non-excluded orange towns and in red localities, distance learning can be conducted.
In addition, in all towns, regardless of the color of the town, it is possible to hold outdoor meetings in groups of up to 20 participants, including staff members.

For complete information on the activities of the study frameworks, click here.


The Traffic Light Program

The traffic light program defines four levels of morbidity with the level of morbidity rates in regards to the Coronavirus, which are marked in green, yellow, orange and red. Each local municipality is classified as a color according to these levels, so that the color of the town expresses the morbidity rate in the town.

Green classification indicates low morbidity, yellow classification indicates moderate morbidity, orange classification indicates high morbidity, and red classification indicates a very high morbidity.

The classification and color of the town are determined according to the percentage of new patients, the rate of increase in morbidity and the percentage of positive patients from the total number of tests respectively and in relation to the number of residents.

The government will convene once a week, on Thursdays, and set a "weekly color" classification, for the municipalities according to the morbidity levels in the days preceding that date. Based on the color set by the government, studies will be held in the frameworks mentioned above. The opening of the educational institutions is determined by the color of the town where the educational institution is located.


Classifying the color of the town for the opening of studies

The opening of studies is determined by the color of the town in which the school is located. However, it is also possible that neighborhoods and quarters within the town will have different colors in order to enable the activities of the educational institutions based on the level of morbidity. Towns belonging to a regional council will be classified according to the color of their town in regards to the early childhood frameworks, and according to the color of the municipality in regards to studies in schools, determined in accordance with the average morbidity of all towns.

The weekly color that is set for each local municipality is relevant to the guidelines for the following week. That is, only a government-designated authority in the green or yellow classification will be able to apply the facilitations set by the government for low-incidence localities for a week, starting the following Sunday, while an authority designated as orange or red will not be able to maintain them for that week. However, in towns with an orange color and a high vaccination rate, the vaccination rate will be taken into account for the purpose of issuing a permit to open the education system. During this period, no changes are expected in the guidelines available to a geographic authority if it changes color, except in exceptional cases.