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Kazakh e-passports for vaccination may receive international recognition

03.04.2021 47 просмотров

Kazakhstan is working on international recognition of the electronic vaccination passport.

Kazakh authorities are considering the issue of cooperation with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to recognize the domestic coronavirus vaccination passport. This was announced on Saturday by the Minister of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry of the Republic Bagdat Musin.

an electronic vaccination passport is available. It displays information in three languages: what drugs a person received, in what doses, on what dates. You can show the document at the place of demand and open access using a QR code. Now the issue of cooperation with IATA is being considered,” he wrote on Facebook.

In this regard, the head of the department stated the importance of recognizing the Kazakhstani electronic vaccination passport and integrating it with international systems. “We have to work on this,” added Bagdat Musin. In addition, the minister explained that the vaccination passport in the application will be displayed only after receiving the second dose of the drug.

The head of the ministry also touched upon the issue of questioning those entering Kazakhstan. “Now the questionnaires are filled out on paper, this is unacceptable. We are digitizing it. A web resource will be available on which the entrant fills out a questionnaire in advance. A similar project has already been successfully implemented in the Maldives,” said Bagdat Musin.

Starting from March 15, Singapore Airlines was the first in the world to launch in test mode the mobile application of the International Association air transport, into which information about the user's vaccination, his testing for coronavirus, the presence or absence of antibodies, and other information is loaded. The IATA application is currently valid on flights from Singapore to London.

On February 1, Kazakhstan began to vaccinate the population against coronavirus infection using the Sputnik V vaccine, which was produced in Russia. At the end of February, the shipment of the Sputnik V preparation, produced on the basis of the Karaganda pharmaceutical complex, to the regions of the country began. proizvodstvo-sobstvennoy-vaktsiny/">From the second quarter of this year, it is planned to involve the Kazakh-made vaccine QazCovid-in ("Kazkovid-in"), which is currently undergoing the third phase of clinical trials, in the process of vaccinating the population.

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