Saudi Arabia launches ‘health passport’ for COVID-19 vaccine recipients

SourceGulf Insider
SectorHealthcare
CountrySaudi Arabia

The health ministry in Saudi Arabia has launched the “health passport” service to create a record for COVID-19 vaccine recipients. The service launched Thursday aims to ensure that every recipient has taken two doses of the vaccine and has immunity from the coronavirus disease.  Health Minister Tawfik Rabiah launched the service on Thursday together with the Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority (SDAIA). The passport will reflect the medical condition of its holder and show “immune” for those who completed the vaccination process.Comments Read Next11 hours agoSaudi ranked most powerful country in Arab world1 day agoSaudi Arabia: Thousands crowd at vaccination centres2 days agoGulf states sign ‘solidarity’ agreement at 41st GCC summit2 days agoNew cases drop as Saudi Arabia triumphs against COVID-192 days agoBahrain’s Crown Prince arrives at 41st GCC summit in Saudi2 days agoIntroducing, the first Hyderabad-Dubai Covid vaccine corridor6 days agoSaudi unearths 200,000-year-old tools from Stone Age2 weeks agoSaudi Arabia: Weather warning issued until Thursday4 weeks agoGulf Air Signs Five Agreements In Tel AvivDecember 3, 2020Gulf Air announces the launch of its operations to Tel Aviv ...read more...