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Here's What We Know About The Digital Vaccine Certificates (So Far)

The VaxCertPH portal is currently on its pilot launch.
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Those flying out of the Philippines starting Monday can sign up for vaccination certificates online or at their city as authorities move to provide a uniform digital document stating the jab status of Filipinos. To unify the different vaccine cards nationwide, the Department of Information and Communications Technology said it would launch the portal in September. The digital certificate can be printed or be scanned on a phone.

For now, only Overseas Filipino Workers and those traveling for emergency purposes will be granted a vaccination certificate. The soft launch covers those from Metro Manila and Baguio, with expansion to other areas to come in the next weeks.

Residents staying in the Philippines are not yet allowed to sign up for the VaxCertPH. Vaccination cards from your city will still be honored. The Bureau of Quarantine will still process yellow card applications, which is required for some countries. VaxCertPH will not replace yellow cards.

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How to sign up for VaxCertPH:

Outbound Filipinos can go to the VaxCertPH website to generate their own vaccination certificate. Some local government units like Navotas City are offering application assistance in their city hall.

To apply, you'll need two government-issued IDs and your vaccination card.

Take note of the following details from your vaccination card:

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  • Full name
  • Travel status (Are you flying out soon?)
  • Date of first and second doses

Fill out the required fields on the website to generate your vaccination certificate. The site also comes with a QR code scanner that can verify the validity of VaxCerts.

According to the website, the certificate will be valid 14 days after the final vaccination date.