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New 'BVIDigiCert' online platform simplifies VI vaccination certifications

- Platform linked to Gov't server & is verifiable using a barcode or QR code.
The Virgin Islands on October 11, 2021, has launched a new digital platform called 'BVIDigiCert' to facilitate vaccine certifications with the aim of making proof of vaccination status easy and accessible. Photo: Internet Source
Acting Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Ronald E. Georges speaking via the Government Information Service (GIS) said BVIDigiCert will provide residents a digital Covid-19 Vaccine certificate which will be accessible anytime or anyplace and reduce the likelihood of fraud and impersonation. Photo: VINO/File
Acting Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Ronald E. Georges speaking via the Government Information Service (GIS) said BVIDigiCert will provide residents a digital Covid-19 Vaccine certificate which will be accessible anytime or anyplace and reduce the likelihood of fraud and impersonation. Photo: VINO/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - The Virgin Islands on October 11, 2021, launched a new digital platform called 'BVIDigiCert' to facilitate vaccination certifications, with the aim of making proof of vaccination status easy and accessible.

The BVIDigiCert platform and accompanying www.bvivaccinate.vg portal was launched by the local Ministry of Health and Social Development, in collaboration with the Department of Information Technology, and will allow persons who are partially or fully vaccinated for COVID-19 to access the site. 

Acting Chief Medical Officer, Dr Ronald E. Georges speaking via the Government Information Service (GIS) said BVIDigiCert will provide residents with a digital Covid-19 Vaccine certificate which will be accessible anytime or anyplace and reduce the likelihood of fraud and impersonation.

“Starting today, persons requiring vaccination authorisation letters for travel can use the website to submit their applications.  The applicant will have to ensure that they have their passport and vaccination card handy to complete the registration form,” Dr Georges stated.

Platform linked to Gov't servers 

According to the Acting Chief Medical Officer, the platform is linked directly to an official Government server, which makes it accessible and verifiable using a barcode or QR code.

“We wanted to streamline the process and make it easier for persons who need authorisation letters. To access the system, persons will have to create a user account and answer vital questions to complete the process,” he said.

According to information released, the service is free and the certificates issued will be valid for six months and can be renewed using the same process thereafter.

16 Responses to “New 'BVIDigiCert' online platform simplifies VI vaccination certifications”

  • Wink Wink (13/10/2021, 13:38) Like (12) Dislike (3) Reply
    One step closer to the New Norm Order. I'm shocked and disappointed that so many still think that this is about our health
  • good news (13/10/2021, 13:50) Like (3) Dislike (3) Reply
    Let's hope it works!
  • Pick your poison (13/10/2021, 13:53) Like (7) Dislike (7) Reply
    Pfizer Whistleblower Leaks Execs Emails: ‘We Want to Avoid Having Info on Fetal Cells Out There'

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FUXGB5FzhPc

    Pilots dropping out the air, pilots and air control having a sickout in protest vax mandate

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    • @Pick your poison (13/10/2021, 16:06) Like (7) Dislike (12) Reply
      You can post a load of ***** on YouTube & bitchute, and unfortunately some gullible people believe it!
    • @Pick your poison (13/10/2021, 18:28) Like (6) Dislike (1) Reply
      Salute to them pilots for walking off the job. Something tola people won’t do
  • Ppl wake up (13/10/2021, 13:58) Like (9) Dislike (5) Reply
    Heading down a dark road mehson
  • Really (13/10/2021, 14:04) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    except it does not work
    • It Works (14/10/2021, 09:39) Like (0) Dislike (2) Reply
      works great sent my application in at 5pm got it back confirmed with Qcode at 9pm
  • vg boy (13/10/2021, 14:29) Like (11) Dislike (6) Reply
    mark off the beast is here
  • dua (13/10/2021, 14:39) Like (8) Dislike (6) Reply
    This is what happens when you try to go to http://www.bvivaccinate.vg/ you get a message saying DANGEROUS WEB PAGE BLOCKED ALL IN RED, tried it yesterday and again today.
  • one eye (13/10/2021, 14:57) Like (2) Dislike (3) Reply
    Congratulations on your embrace of technology
  • ok (13/10/2021, 16:01) Like (4) Dislike (1) Reply
    its working now so must of fixed the virus!!!
  • Its not working (13/10/2021, 17:19) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
    It says you need to fill out the country of vaccination which is of course BVI which is not being accepted. Can someone look at this please?
  • Tried It (14/10/2021, 07:43) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Its working now. The error messages are gone. Received my certificate.
  • j (14/10/2021, 08:02) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    would be better if they had spelled my name correctly
  • Rasta fyah (14/10/2021, 12:13) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Lava


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