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Updated 21 April 2021

Qatar is among the world’s leaders in terms of vaccinating its citizens against COVID-19. In so doing, Qatar has managed to record some of the lowest COVID-19 mortality rates in the world.

With more and more Qataris getting fully inoculated, the vaccination certificate Qatar serves as an indicator of the widespread uptake of the COVID-19 vaccines among Qatar’s population. Hopefully, this is also a sign that life is gradually returning to normal for the people of Qatar.

For Qataris who have been fully vaccinated, here is how to get your COVID-19 vaccine certificate.

How do I download my COVID-19 vaccine certificate?

If you’ve been fully vaccinated, your vaccination certificate can be viewed and downloaded at the Ministry of Public Health’s official COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate page.  

To obtain your COVID-19 vaccination certificate, you must have taken the full course of the COVID-19 vaccine as per the approved protocol and 7 days must have elapsed since the date you took the final dose.

To access the service, you will need to log in using your National Authentication System (NAS) Tawtheeq username (usually the QID) and password. 

Image © nas.gov.qa

If you’ve yet to create your NAS account, you may do so here

If you’ve forgotten your NAS account credentials, simply reset your password here

 

What are the benefits of a COVID-19 vaccine certificate?

Qatar residents in possession of vaccine certificate would be exempted from quarantine requirements following trips abroad or coming into contact with a COVID-19 positive case. The following are the exemption criteria:

  • 14 days must have passed after receiving the second dose before returning to Qatar.
  • A negative PCR test is required on return to Qatar following travel or following exposure.
  • The quarantine exemption i​s valid for a period of six months, starting 14 days after the second dose.