Covid-19. May 18

Work during Covid. Photo by Ivan Samkov from Pexels

In connection with the launch of the Opportunity Passport next week, the Centre of Registers encourages residents to check in the E-health system (“E-sveikata”) whether there is an entry about recovery or taking the COVID-19 vaccine. The Centre of Registers reminds that the data in the Opportunity Passport will come from this system and will be renewed every hour.

Work on the document is already nearing completion. It will be available through a dedicated website after confirming your identity.

Every Lithuanian citizen aged 16 and over will be able to obtain an Opportunity Passport.

A unified electronic registration system will be launched with the introduction of staged vaccination of the public against COVID-19. From today, we invite all residents of the country to quickly and conveniently register on the internet platform, which will allow not only to register, but also to register another person.

To register for the COVID-19 vaccine, a resident will need to confirm his / her identity through the Electronic Government Gate (Lithuanian – Elektroniniai valdžios vartai) by selecting the appropriate identification method (electronic banking, mobile signature, etc.)

After confirming their identity, the citizen will have to choose the municipality where they want to get vaccinated, the desired vaccine, date and time. At the end of registration, they are asked to complete a questionnaire on human health, allergies, diseases, etc.

Yesterday, over 14,000 residents were vaccinated. The first dose of the vaccine was given to over 10,000 people, the second – for over 4 thousand people.

According to the Department of Statistics, more than 875.5 thousand people have received at least one dose of vaccine since the beginning of the vaccination campaign. Nearly 447.5 thousand inhabitants have passed the full cycle of vaccination.

One dose of the vaccine has so far been administered to over 51 per cent of seniors.

To date, 31.3 percent of the population has had at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

From the beginning of deliveries to the country, over 1,515,000 doses of vaccine have been delivered from four producers, over 192 thousand doses were not used.

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