Interim vaccine certificates available to download | Newry Times

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Monday, July 19th, 2021
Coronavirus, News

The interim vaccine certification process is being updated to enable users to download their vaccine certificates at home.

 

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The current process is transitioning to the planned CCS (COVID Certification Service) and the first phase commenced over the weekend for all new COVID Certificate requests.

 

 

Anyone travelling from Northern Ireland between 20 July and 25 July 2021 will now be able to access a downloadable certificate and QR code which offers security against fraud.

The updated process will make it easier and quicker for people to access their certificate, removing the need to collect them in person.

Anyone travelling after 25 July should wait on the launch of the app which will be available next week. 

 

 

Further details will follow, advising you when to apply.

Applications for travel on the 19 July stopped being processed after 5 pm on Friday 16 July 2021.

Details of how to apply for the interim scheme are available here.

 

 

Hard copies of certificates can still be requested via telephone on 0300 200 7814 from Tuesday 20 July.

However, this process can take up to 10 days and you should factor this into your travel plans.

Certificates will be posted to your home address.

Travellers still have to adhere to the testing and isolation requirements (if appropriate) on their return to Northern Ireland. 

Please familiarise yourself with these requirements before you travel – Coronavirus (COVID-19): travel advice | nidirect.

Travellers should check the latest UK Government travel advice which will give updated information on travel to individual countries, including any Covid-related entry requirements – Foreign travel advice – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk).

 

 

A full list of FAQs is available here.

 


Keep up to date with all the latest Northern Ireland Coronavirus / Covid-19 news HERE.


 

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