QR is an acronym for a square pixelated code that stores information such as web addresses, app download links, and bank account details. The placement of the code depends on the data stored there. QR codes can be easily scanned with your smartphone using scanning software or applications. Most modern smartphones have built-in QR code scanners and apps. This is the same widely used technology employed by the Government of Nepal to issue Covid vaccination certificates to facilitate storage and access to information about vaccinations.

After vaccination, beneficiaries will receive a card detailing the date and information regarding the Covid vaccine received. After full vaccination, beneficiaries can apply for a digital certificate with a QR code. Provincial and local health authorities must provide these certificates upon request.

Why do you need it?

A Covid vaccination card with a QR code certifies that the person has been fully vaccinated against Covid. Verified by health department officials.

The QR code leads to the MOHP website, which contains information about beneficiaries, vaccines, and vaccination dates.

How can you get it?

To apply for a Covid vaccination certificate with QR code, the beneficiary must first receive the full dose of vaccine against Covid.Once received the physical card, they can apply for the QR code online via https://vaccine.mohp.gov.np/public-request-form

The form asks beneficiaries to provide the vaccine name and batch number. You will also be asked to provide information about the date and place of vaccination.

After providing these details, the beneficiary must upload the following documents:

  1. Citizenship certificate/passport
  2. Passport-size photo
  3. Covid vaccine card

The beneficiaries receive a  registration number (0000-000000-0000Y) after applying.

A step-by-step guide to the application process


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