In a post on Twitter, the government has warned people against sharing the Kovid-19 vaccine certificate online. There is a big reason behind issuing warnings. Actually, the Vaccination Certificate contains many information including name, age and gender and the date of the next dose. The post said that this information can be used for forgery. In such a situation, you should be careful with it.
This tweet was shared with the official Twitter account of Cyber Dost. It is a safety and cyber security awareness tool created by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. The photo shared in the tweet states that ‘Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate contains the name of the person and other personal details. It should be avoided to share your vaccine certificate on social media platforms, as cyber criminal can use them to cheat you. ‘
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This is why the certificate is issued
After the first dose, the government issues a provisional certificate, which details the date of the second dose, along with personal information. At the same time, the fine certificate is given after the second dose is applied. This vaccine certificate may be required for many things in the future, including international travel.
Certificate can be downloaded from CoWin portal
This certificate can be downloaded through the online Arogya Setu App or CoWin portal. To download the vaccine certificate, you have to log into the Arogya Setu app. After that you have to go to the CoWin section. After that you have to enter your benefit ID here. Then tap on the gate certificate button to download. Also go to the Cowin website, here you have to enter Beneficiary ID. After that, click on the search button to download the vaccine certificate.