Fully vaccinated Dabawenyos may now avail of their vaccination certificates via the VaxCertPH https://vaxcert.doh.gov.ph/ website or mobile application.
Davao COVID-19 Task Force Spokesperson Michelle Schlosser bared this during the COVID-19 Alert program on Wednesday, November 10 via 87.5 FM Davao City Disaster Radio (DCDR) program.
She said, “I’m very happy to announce up and running na ang (that the) VaxCertPH, you can look into it. I tried it today. Mugawas na gyud ang imong vax certificate. Valid sya kay naa syay own code nimo. You can have it printed sa inyong balay (Your vaccination certificate will appear. It’s valid as it has your code. You can have it printed at home).”
Dr. Schlosser said the public may access their vaccination certificate through the VaxCertPH website and mobile app via IOS for Apple and Huawei smartphones. The VaxCertPH app may soon be available for android smartphones pending approval from Google.
She, however, said others may not find their vaccination details, especially those who got jabbed without being required to present their DQRs.
“Pero naa pay uban labi na tong una nakareceive og vaccination
at that time wala pa naga ask og DQR. Kato sila naa toy nakabutang didto nga upload your vaxx card kasi ivalidate sya sa atoang team (But some received their shots early and were not asked for their DQRs. They will be asked on the website or the app to upload their vaccination cards, which will be validated by our team) for I think five working days,” the city health official said.
She added that one must ensure to encode the correct dates of his or her first and second doses.
Dr. Schlosser reiterated that it will take about five working days to process vaccination cards that are being uploaded to the VaxCertPH website (https://vaxcert.doh.gov.ph/) or mobile app if encoded details are not found.
Davao City Mayor Inday Sara Duterte, during the DCDR Special Hours program on November 8, bared that the city has a total of 836,122 fully vaccinated individuals and 909,149 have received first doses as of November 7, 2021.
Davao City’s target herd immunity is 1.2 million.CIO