The Ministry of Health is advising the public that it continues to collaborate with partner Ministries and other public sector entities in the development of a COVID-19 vaccination e-certificate platform. The public is reminded that, as part of the data verification process for this initiative, they may be contacted to confirm their information and, where necessary, to submit information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ministry is also informing the population that, at this time, it has not endorsed, for use in Trinidad and Tobago, any other digital system (e.g. vaccination e-cards or vaccination wristbands) regarding entry into COVID-19 Safe Zones or as proof of vaccination. Currently, only National Immunization Records (Vaccination Cards) and bona fide proof of vaccination from other countries are accepted.
The public is encouraged to be careful when sharing sensitive information with third-party entities, especially personal medical information.
The Ministry says it “continues to take steps to safeguard the health of the population; the public is urged to get their updates on COVID-19 matters from official sources only.” Such sources include the Ministry’s websites and social media pages (www.health.gov.tt) and those of the Regional Health Authorities, as well as communications from partner Ministries and agencies (e.g. Office of the Prime Minister - Communications, Office of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs, WHO or PAHO).
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