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This portal allows Maltese ID card holders to generate their Covid-19 Vaccine Certificate 14 days after getting fully vaccinated.

FAQs
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Frequently Asked Questions

Please call 145 for assistance.

The vaccination card is the paper card given to you at the vaccine centre containing details of your vaccine and appointment dates.

No, the vaccination card is not recognized as an official certificate.

Yes, you can select the alternative login function to proceed with your application.

You can still generate your Vaccine Certificate by using the Health Token. When selecting ‘Alternative login’, click on ‘Health Token’ next to the ID Card Document Number box. This will lead you to a secondary page were you will be required to provide your ID card number, DOB, mobile number and email address. Once inputted, click on ‘Submit’. This will generate an SMS with a code. Insert the code in the ID Card Document Number box which will help you generate your Vaccine Certificate.

The Maltese vaccine certificate is free of charge.

The vaccine certificate can be issued 14 days after taking the 2nd dose of the Pfizer, Moderna or Astrazeneca vaccine or the single dose in the case of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

You will not be allowed to apply for the vaccine certificate before the lapse of 14 days after taking the 2nd dose of the Pfizer, Moderna or Astrazeneca vaccine or the single dose in the case of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. If the period has lapsed but you still cannot apply, kindly call 145 for assistance.

Yes, vaccine certificates can be generated more than once, however, each new certificate will revoke the previous certificate. Therefore, only the most recent vaccine certificate generated will be valid.

Please call 145 to request a change in details.

No, the data stored on the vaccine certificate can only be accessed and printed by the applicant.

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