What is VaxCertPH?
The Department of Health of the Philippines issues a vaccine certificate known as VaxCertPH (DOH). The digital vaccine certificate complies with the electronic World Health Organization criteria (WHO).
The VaxCertPH helps Filipinos accurately reflect their status as having received all recommended vaccinations. The vaccination certification provides access to a vaccine passport to Filipino travelers who are going abroad. This vaccine passport is also recognized in other countries. VaxCertPH will include details like as the vaccination date and location, vaccine type, and QR code.
The VaxCertPH is currently accepted in over 94 nations and territories, making it one of the most commonly accepted vaccination certificates worldwide. The vaccine certificate has been integrated into the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC) system and is accepted and recognized throughout the European Union (EU).
How to Get a Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate?
VaxCertPH, a website for requesting vaccination certificates from the Philippine government, has just been released and is now fully functional. Fully immunized persons can obtain a digital copy of their vaccine certificate through this online portal as evidence of their immunization status. You can use this digital vaccination certificate for domestic and international travel, issued by the Bureau of Quarantine (BOQ) and the Department of Health (DOH).
How to Obtain a Vaccine Certificate from VaxCertPH or a VAXCERT?
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to download your VAXCERT, or vaccination certificate with QR code, from VaxCertPH, which you may use to prove that you have received the Covid-19 vaccine and for upcoming domestic and international travel.
1. Visit the official website.
Please visit the VaxCertPH official website. To request a vaccination certificate, select “Continue.”
2. Examine and accept the Data Privacy Statement.
3. Respond to the questions displayed on your screen.
You will be asked the following questions. Select your response from the dropdown menu by clicking. Next, select “NEXT.”
- What vaccinations have you received?
- Have you received any of your doses of vaccination in the past 48 hours?
4. Enter your Personal Data.
The next step is to enter your personal data. Enter your date of birth, last name, first name, middle name, and any optional suffixes. Verify that the data you input corresponds to the information on your immunization card. Afterward, select “NEXT”.
5. Enter your Vaccination Details
You must then enter your vaccination information. Check the box if your vaccine is made by Johnson & Johnson. If not, submit your vaccination information, including the place and dates of your first and second doses. Click “VERIFY VACCINATION INFORMATION” after that.
6. Review all the information
You can see the data you input on the next screen. Review each piece of data. If all information is accurate, click “CONTINUE”; otherwise, select “GO BACK” if you need to edit any of the data you’ve already entered.
7. Enter the Captcha Code
To continue, type the captcha code displayed on the screen.
8. Review your Vaccination Details
Your entire name, birthday, sex, the name of the vaccine, and the dates of your vaccinations will all be displayed on the screen. Click “UPDATE RECORD” to make any necessary changes; otherwise, click “GENERATE VACCINATION CERTIFICATE.” Before creating your immunization certificate, you can optionally include your passport number if you intend to use it for an international trip.
9. Save a Copy of your Vaccination Certificate
On the screen, you’ll see your immunization record with a QR code. A screenshot of your immunization certificate may be taken, printed, or downloaded.
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