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CASTRIES, St. Lucia – In a press release on Saturday, November 13, the Ministry of Health, Health and the Elderly Affairs announced that it has received recommendations from private organizations seeking licenses to certify CVD-19 digital immunizations.

“The Ministry of Health is at the advanced stage of distributing the CVD-19 digital vaccine certification program on the Digigov Platform and we expect it to be launched before the end of the year,” the statement said. Announce the launch of this digital product by providing users with instructions on how to use the platform. Accessing the platform allows users to apply for and verify a digital immunization certificate.

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“The Ministry of Health, Health and the Elderly is informing the public that it is receiving proposals from private organizations to certify COVID-19 digital vaccination certificates in St. Lucia. It does not endorse or collaborate with any private agency to share health records to produce Health Records and CV-19 digital immunization certificates. You also do not use a third-party platform to verify such a digital certificate. Therefore, people are advised not to share their personal information with anyone, considering that they will be given a copy of the CV-19 vaccine.

The Ministry of Health says, “We look forward to presenting your CVD-19 digital immunization certificate in a safe and ethical manner. It will continue to update the public on the state-owned CVD-19 digital vaccine.



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