17,000 applications for vaccine card with QR code, distributed to 4,000
Although the government has started providing electronic verification card with QR code to those who have been fully vaccinated against Corona virus Covid-19 from July 7, there has been a problem in providing such card due to many applications at once.
Those who go for foreign employment have to suffer due to failure to provide electronic certification vaccine in time. The National Ayurveda Research and Training Center, Kirtipur, has been queuing for a year to get the vaccine certification card after the entry without electronic vaccination certificate with QR code was banned.
Head of Vaccination Branch of Health Department Dr. According to Jhalak Gautam, the distribution was delayed as 17,000 people applied in four days.
Admitting that there was a problem in distribution after many people came at the same time, he said that he was engaged in the management in a way that was easy to get. He informed that the work has been started to provide fast service by assisting the staff and filling the online form.
The ministry has so far distributed electronic vaccination certificates with QR codes to about 4,000 people.
The Ministry has requested to submit the required documents online and at the National Ayurveda Research and Training Center, Kirtipur to obtain the electronic vaccine certificate.
Certificates can be obtained by uploading the required details and documents by registering online, while those who are unable to register online can register at the National Research and Training Center, Kirtipur and submit the documents to get the vaccination certificate.
The ministry has asked to submit documents such as original passport, original vaccination card, one recent passport size photograph, photocopy of passport, photocopy of vaccination card to get the vaccination certificate.
Those who go abroad must submit photocopies of visas and tickets within three days, the ministry said. Gaerkhapatra