Russia began to issue new certificates of vaccination against COVID-19

From November 8, Russia begins to issue new certificates of vaccination against coronavirus. Now one document will contain information about the vaccination given, as well as contraindications to it and the transferred COVID-19.

As RG previously reported, the new form of the certificate will become uniform and mandatory throughout the country. It must contain the last name, first name, patronymic of the person, his passport data, registration address, medical policy number.

The certificate will be issued in two languages: Russian and English. It also has a place for a QR code.

Russians will be able to receive the document free of charge no later than three days after the completion of vaccination in electronic or paper form. An application for the formation of a paper certificate can be submitted to public services or to the MFC.

Previously issued documents will continue to be valid and will be automatically updated on public services until March 1, 2022.


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