May VaxCert ka na ba?
May VaxCert ka na ba?😊 . . Congratulations and thank you for doing your part in getting vaccinated. Now it's time for you to secure and get your vaccination certificate.🙌 According to DICT - “The VaxCertPH certificate is used to represent the COVID-19 vaccination status of a citizen of the Philippines and non-Filipino citizens vaccinated in the Philippines." It can be considered as a proof of vaccination for international travel since it complies with the digital guidelines issued by World Health Organization (WHO), unlike the vaccination cards issued by LGUs. How to request a VaxCert? ✅ Go to the self-service VaxCertPH portal at https://vaxcert.doh.gov.ph/ and click continue. ✅ Tick the box to accept the data privacy statement. ✅ You will be asked to answer a question if you're fully vaccinated within 48 hours. Choose YES in the dropdown and continue. ✅ Complete your personal information and make sure it match with your vaccination card details. ✅ Next is to enter your 1st and 2nd dose vaccination details. (There is an option to tick the box if your vaccine brand is Johnson&Johnson and just leave the 2nd dose info blank.) ✅ Click Verify Vaccination Information and review the details you've entered. If all good, click CONTINUE and type the 7-characters on the screen. ✅ Once your record is found, check if your details are correct. Tick the checkbox if you intend to use the certificate for travel purposes and enter your passport number. Then, click on GENERATE VACCINATION CERTIFICATE. ✅ Yay! You have successfully generated your vaccination certificate! 👏 You can now download, print or simply screenshot your VaxCert.🙌 (❗For your security and privacy, please refrain from posting your VaxCert showing the QR Code and personal details.) Note: For "NO RECORD FOUND", upload your vaccination card and government ID. Fill in your e-mail address and contact number. Then click on submit request. You can also go to your LGU for assistance. . . Join us Team Bakunanay: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bakunanay/ . . . #TeamBakuNanay #ProudtobeABakuNanay #AllAboutBakuna #HealthierPhilippines #VaccinesWorkForAll