"To approve the form of medical documentation" Certificate of preventive vaccinations against a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) or medical contraindications for vaccination and (or) a previous illness caused by a new coronavirus infection," the document says.
The order comes into force on November 8. Certificates received before this date will be automatically reissued on the public services portal until March 1, 2022.
It follows from the document that the certificate will contain basic information about a citizen who has been vaccinated, including his last name, first name, patronymic, date of birth, gender, address of residence, and the date of the document's formation. It also provides a place for a QR code. It will indicate when, where and what exactly the person was vaccinated with. The certificate will include information about revaccination, the presence of medical contraindications, and a previous illness.
The document is generated electronically in Russian and English no later than three calendar days after the vaccination. Upon request, citizens will be able to receive a certificate in hard copy.
Author: Ksenia Kalinina