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Communiqué – Digital Vaccination Pass

The Ministry of Information Technology, Communication and Innovation has developed the Digital Vaccination Pass which will provide citizens the opportunity to download and store their digital vaccination pass for use as and when required by relevant authorities.
The vaccination pass has a QR code containing the vaccination details of the citizens which may be scanned by authorised institutions seeking the vaccination status of citizens.

The vaccination pass may be accessed on https://besafemoris.mu/ by registering the Identity Number and a valid mobile number or the beSafeMoris mobile application and the MoKloud platform on https://mokloud.govmu.org/. Citizens may also avail of the services of the Mauritius Post Ltd to download their vaccination pass.

Citizens who had previously downloaded the besafeMoris mobile application should update it prior to downloading their vaccination pass.

As at date, the digital vaccination pass is available on Play Store and Huawei AppGallery. It will be available on App Store by this afternoon. In the meantime, iphone users may download their vaccination pass on the besafeMoris platform or on the MoKloud platform.

Citizens are hereby informed that data capture for vaccination details is ongoing. For those unable to retrieve their vaccination pass or those appearing as “partially vaccinated” despite being fully vaccinated, kindly note that it will be available soon.

For queries regarding the Digital Vaccination pass, citizens are requested to call on the 4013060 on weekdays from 08.45 to 20.00 hours and during weekends from 08.45 to 16.00 hours or on email address passvaksinal@govmu.org.

The Digital Vaccination Pass, a product of MoKloud platform, is an initiative of the Ministry of Information Technology, Communication and Innovation in collaboration with Mauritius Telecom.

Ministry of Information Technology, Communication and Innovation
01 October 2021

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