A tweet from the Twitter handle of the cyber friend has warned people not to share the Kovid-19 vaccine certificate online.
Covid Vaccination in India: If you put a certificate on social media after getting the vaccine, then your personal information is afraid of being stolen. The only way to avoid this is to keep the certificate with yourself, not make it public on social media.
– Cyber Dost (@Cyberdost) May 25, 2021
Cyber Dost is a safety and cyber security awareness tool created by the Ministry of Home Affairs. The photo shared in the tweet reads – ‘Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate contains the person’s name and other personal details. You should avoid sharing your vaccine certificate on social media platforms, because cyber criminals can use them to cheat you. ‘
How to get a certificate of Covid Vaccine? You can download this certificate online through the 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. After that, tap on the gate certificate button to download. IMA’s defamation notice to Baba Ramdev, apologize for the statement, otherwise he will claim 1000 crores Apart from this, go to the Cowin website, here you have to enter Beneficiary ID. After that, click on the search button to download the vaccine certificate.