Serbia launches Digital Green Certificate

Serbian citizens will be able to download a Digital Green Certificate – a certificate attesting they have been vaccinated or tested negative to the virus – the Serbian government’s Office for IT and eGovernment has announced. [Shutterstock/collectivedesignhouse]

Serbian citizens will be able to download a digital green certificate attesting they have been vaccinated or tested negative to the virus, the Serbian government’s Office for IT and eGovernment has announced.

“The Digital Green Certificate is a unified certificate proving that you have received a vaccine against COVID-19 and that you have the results of testing for the SARS-CoV-2 infectious disease. That certificate has a qualified electronic stamp and cannot be falsified or abused,” said Office Director Mihailo Jovanović. 

In addition to personal information – first and last name, personal ID number, gender, and passport number – the certificate also contains data on whether a person has been vaccinated, the number of doses received and the date of administration of the first and second dose, as well as the results of a PCR, antigen or serological test. 

To obtain a Digital Green Certificate, citizens need to register on the eGovernment web portal, check their data and confirm their email address.  (EURACTIV.rs | betabriefing.com)

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