MoHS to start e-registration system for COVID-19 vaccination

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The Ministry of Health and Sports held a coordination meeting to adopt an electronic registration system in the COVID-19 vaccination programme on 16 and 20 July.
On the first day of the meeting, Union Minister Dr Thet Khaing Win said the COVID-19 vaccination programme is being conducted to control and prevent the spread of infection rates in the country. The 1.75 million people who received the vaccines will be registered in the electronic Vaccine Management Information System. It should be careful for those who have been fully vaccinated not to get vaccinated again. It needs to use the COVID-19 vaccine effectively. The priority groups are identified for vaccination.
Therefore, the electronic system will be used in collecting data for vaccination of priority groups, issuing vaccination record cards, scanning the record cards with mobile tablets and registering the first and second doses.
The Tatmadaw technical experts will help in this case. Therefore, an electronic registration system will be set up to ensure a systematic inventory of the vaccination for the priority groups and the systematic vaccination programmes in each township depending on the lists.
The vaccination record cards containing QR codes will be distributed to the people in advance considering the easy ways for the users and also time-saving for them.
Then, the attendees to the meeting coordinated the discussion. — MNA

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