Issue and Verify Certificates

What this module allows:

  • Countries can use this module to issue digitally verifiable certificates to the entire population at speed and scale in a controlled manner post-vaccination.
  • This module is responsible for issuing a QR code-based digital certificate for any registered health event. It can be adapted to other areas too where there is a requirement for secure and tamper-proof documents, such as educational certificates. Click here if you want to understand how a normal QR code that you may see on a food menu is different from a verifiable QR code.
  • The certificates can be issued in both digital and physical forms, which includes print, pdf, and other formats.
  • Certificates can be verified using the citizen portal.
  • Certificates can also be downloaded by citizens via the citizen portal.
  • If the country has an authorised third-party app, it can be integrated with DIVOC's credentialing module to fetch certificates from the certificate registry and view/download them.
Once the certificate is issued, multi-channel distribution and print schemes should work to ensure users and countries have a choice.
  • The module supports multilingual vaccination certificate templates.
  • Generates WHO-DDCC (World Health Organisation- Digital Documentation of COVID-19 Certificates) compliant digital vaccination certificates with a W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) JSON schema, for every resident after successful inoculation.
  • To aid travel into other countries, the certificate module supports on-demand services for travellers to export their vaccination certificates to other formats (e.g. EU-DCC, SmartHealthCard), used in the destination countries.
  • The module supports additional services, including certificate verification, certificate update/correction, and certificate revocation.
  • The public key of the adopter country can be published using DIVOC’s verification page that can be embedded into the country's vaccination program-specific website/portal.
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