Kenya to adopt digital certification of Covid-19 patients

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The covid-19 pandemic is now prompting several countries to demand a certification that proves one is negative of the virus. It seems the Kenya government is moving a step even further.

Mutahi Kagwe, the Cabinet Secretary of Health explained that the Ministry has rolled out an online authentication system that will verify COVID-19 certificates. It is expected to roll out on Monday, January 11th.

According to the Ministry of Health, no traveler will be authorized to depart the country without getting a certificate verification using the Trusted Traveler. No other labs are authorized to hand out Covid-19 certificates without TT codes.

The digital services will be given at no cost thanks to the Ministry’s collaboration with the UN, AU, tech companies, telecom operators, and other standard organizations. Travel codes are issued only if the traveler meets the country’s entry and exit requirements.

Source: TechWeez


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