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Good news to all vaccinated individuals! You may receive your e-vaccine cards in less than a month.
According to Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez, individuals who already received their COVID-19 shots may be able to get their e-vaccine cards soon.
"Very soon. I think in a few weeks, mga one month, mabubuo na rin itong digital (vaccine) card natin," Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez said.
Lopez hopes "a QR code system" will be implemented wherein digital vaccine cards would be "centralized" and "consolidated," so it will be easy to validate the individual who got vaccinated.
Economic managers together with Lopez are counting on a faster vaccine rollout in the country to help lift the economy of the Philippines. Once the country achieves herd community, it will be able to help bring down the country’s unemployment rate.
The national government began their vaccination programs with the frontliners on June 7, but due to insufficient COVID-19 vaccines, they were not able inoculate every frontliner right away.
Economic frontliners ranks fourth in line for the government’s vaccination program. They are prioritizing the health workers, senior citizens, and people with comorbidities first.