Health Minister Christian Dube confirms that VaxiCode and VaxiCode Verif applications are now available on Android.
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From August 25, all QBs who have been adequately vaccinated are invited to download the free application VaxiCode which will act as vaccine proof from 1There is September.
The vaccine passport will be required especially for events and festivals, performance halls and sports event venues, casinos, cinemas, training halls, group games, bars, restaurants and some extracurricular activities. This only applies to people 13 years of age and older.
- Download the free app with the yellow icon. Be careful not to download VaxiCode Verif, which is used to scan vaccine sources.
- Make sure you have an updated version of your Android software. To update your software, connect to the Internet and update your settings.
- Launch the app. The Start-up Wizard will ask you to authorize the use of the camera.
- Click “Add Existing Vaccine Certificate”
- There are three options to save this proof: scan a QR code (take a picture of it), get a QR code from the self-service portal, or select an image of the QR code on your phone
In order to help adjust the population and business to this new measure, the Legalt government has decided to give a break to 1There is And September 15. During these two weeks, passports will be required, but no restrictions will be imposed on traders, event organizers and citizens if any violations are found.
You can also find out how you can provide this resource from September 1:
- Open the VaxiCode app
- Touch the screen at your vaccine source. Only the QR code with your name will be displayed. You do not need to disclose any further information during the audit
- If you would like to see more details about your vaccine certificate, click the “View Details” button.
- Look for app updates through the App Store and Google Play Store and be sure to publish them.
Those who do not have a smartphone can provide a QR code printed on a piece of paper or request their code in the form of a business card by mail.
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