How to quickly get your COVID-19 vaccination certificate in Uganda

You no longer have to fold your sleeves to prove that you were vaccinated! The Ministry of Health in Uganda is now issuing a vaccination certificate to prove that you indeed got the COVID-19 jab. Once you complete your COVID-19 vaccine doses, the government will issue a confirmation certificate to show that you have been inoculated. This is issued 14 days after you receive your last dose.

The certificate carries all your basic details including your name, age, gender, and also all the details of both vaccination doses i.e. date, batch number, vaccine, manufacturer, dose, vaccination site.

The COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate is only be generated 14 days after the last dose of a vaccine which is the second dose of the vaccine. The 14 days requirement allows your body to complete the immune response.

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How to generate your COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate

To generate your COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate, visit the epivac portal. On the right-hand side, enter the Identification ID No you used during vaccination such as your NIN. Then enter the last 6 digits of your registered phone number during vaccination.

It could as well be any other registered alternative ID you registered during COVID-19 vaccination for example Passport Number, Employee ID, Driving Permit, Local Council ID, etc. as written on the Vaccination Card. This is followed by the 6 digits too.

Once your vaccination record is verified meeting all the certification requirements, your certificate will be generated and downloadable as a PDF file that you can directly print or save as an electronic copy.

If your certificate is not generated, please note the messaging provided and complete the inquiry details, then epivac dedicated support team will get back to you within 24 hours.

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