As it is known, both Turkish citizens and foreigners who are legally in Turkey have the right to be vaccinated within the scope of the program to combat Covid-19. According to the Ministry of Interior circular, which started to be implemented on September 6, 2021, a double dose vaccination or negative PCR test applied in the last 48 hours was required for some activities. Accordingly, people who will travel as intercity and those who will participate in activities such as concerts, cinemas and theaters must be vaccinated or present a negative PCR test. In addition, the bud status of individuals is documented by various applications, and foreigners, like Turkish citizens, also have vaccination cards. In this article, we will briefly talk about how to create a vaccination card for foreigners in Turkey.
You may interested : Can Foreigners be Vaccinated for Covid-19 in Turkey?
How Can Foreigners Get a Vaccination Card?
Simply, you can use two different mobile apps to create a vaccination card. The first of these is the “Hayat Eve Sığar” application. You can get your card from the “COVID-19 Vaccine Information” menu on the main screen of the application, where foreigners can log in with their ID number starting with 99. If foreigners demand that their passport information be included in their vaccination card, they can enter their passport numbers into the system by ticking this option in the Hayat Eve Sığar application. In addition, you have the opportunity to create a card via the E-Nabız website and mobile application. After logging into E-Nabız, you can select the COVID-19 option at the top of the main screen and then click on the COVID-19 bud card button to create a vaccination card. We would like to remind you that the person can create a vaccination card after completing at least two doses of vaccine. In addition, the accuracy of this card can be checked with the help of the QR code on the vaccination card.
If you have questions about creating a bud card for foreigners, you can send them to us in the comments section.