New Covid Vaccine App In Hungary Could Help Those With EMA Approved Vaccine Type

  • 13 May 2021 6:09 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
New Covid Vaccine App In Hungary Could Help  Those With EMA Approved Vaccine Type
The government’s vaccine protection app has been completed and will be available for smartphones and tablets within a few days, Magyar Hírlap was informed.

According to the paper, the app will show the dates of the first and second vaccinations and the type of vaccine given.

At present, the immunity card – and the background data available with the QR code – only shows the date of the first inoculation and nothing about the type of vaccine.

However, without this information, the plastic card may be worth nothing abroad, HVG writes, as there are places where only vaccines approved by the European Medicines Agency are accepted.

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