Public Service Hall Starts Issuing of COVID Cards
Starting from today COVID cards will be issued free of charge at PSH and Public Centers.
Minister of Justice, Rati Bregadze and Minister of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Labor, Health and Social Affairs, Ekaterine Tikaradze jointly observed the process of issuing the document. Ministers utilized newly introduced services themselves and took COVID cards.
The document can be taken at all branches countrywide. The document contains information on full or partial vaccination, information on the results of last PCR test, personal QR code of vaccination, personal data and is sealed by the stamp of Public Service Hall. Earlier, COVID card used to be issued only by the medical facility where vaccination took place.
The application for COVID card is free of charge. On the basis of Identification Document, the card is issued upon submission of the application; the service can be received without pre-booking.
If the citizen needs the document to be apostilled/legalized for presenting abroad, this service can be also received on the same site, at PSH and Public Centers.
Minister of Justice, Rati Bregadze announced that fully vaccinated citizens will have benefits on the services provided by the Ministry of Justice.
COVID cards will be actively used abroad. The State already cooperates with European Union with purpose the information on vaccinated persons to be reflected in international database in nearest future. Afore-mentioned will facilitate travelling of citizens both with business and tourism purposes.