QC vaccination cards may iwas-pirata seal – Belmonte

QC vaccination cards may iwas-pirata seal – Belmonte

July 9, 2021 @ 6:48 PM 1 year ago


MANILA, Philippines – sinimulan na ng Quezon City government ang paglagay ng tamper-proof security seals sa vaccination cards ng QCitizens kasunod ng kanilang second doses, para matiyak na ang pekeng cards ay hindi mapagkakamalang authentic.

Sa press release sinabi ng QC government na sinimulan na ito ngayong araw Hulyo 9, sa anim (6) na vaccination sites na naka iskedyul na pinangasiwaan sa second doses ng may 4,000 individuals at magpapatuloy hanggang ang national government ay simulan ang pagpapatupad ng centralized vaccination certification system.

Sinabi pa sa ulat na ang hologram seal ay countersigned ng authorized representative ng Task Force Vax to Normal.

“The security seal certifies that vaccination cards presented by their bearers as proof of having been fully vaccinated are authentic”, ayon kay Mayor Joy Belmonte.

Ayon pa sa ulat ang posibilidad ng panloloko ay patuloy umanong tumataas dahil sa parami ng parami ang insentibo at discount at libreng produkto ang ibinibigay at iniaalok sa mga fully vaccinated na indibidwal. Habang ang vaccination cards ay kinakailangan din sa interzonal travel ng ilang LGUs.

“Apart from a vaccination certificate for travel or work,  which the Quezon City Health Department also issues, the tamper-proof security seal guarantees that vaccination cards presented for whatever purpose are genuine. Now that interzonal travel for fully-vaccinated individuals is being relaxed and more merchants are offering discounts to vaccinated individuals, our goal is to ensure that our QCitizens will have easier access to places and services,”  ani pa ni Belmonte .

“The original purpose of the city-issued vaccination card was merely to provide the necessary information related to an individual’s vaccination, such as the date of the second dose, the vaccine brand administered, and who administered it; but given the delay in the roll-out of vaccine passes or a centralized vaccination certification system by the national government, we are in the interim,  putting in place measures to make the vaccination cards more secure, especially for those requiring this for travel, work, and other purposes,” ayon naman kay Quezon City Vax To Normal Co-Chair Joseph Juico .

Kaugnay nito sinabi ni Mayor Belmonte na ang valid photo na nakalagay sa IDs ng fully vaccinated person na ipi-prisenta sa restaurant, shops at mall kabilang ang cards ay para matiyak na ang cards ay hindi mapupunta sa mga taong hindi vaccinated na tao. Santi Celario