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Do not forget to post on social media, Corona vaccination certificate, the government has given this warning

New Delhi: Vaccination is the only cure to avoid corona and people in the country are also posting about it on social media after taking the vaccine. But some people are posting their certificates on social media in addition to the photographs of vaccination, which is not correct.

The government has said that the certificate generated on the CoWIN application after vaccination should not be posted. The government has issued an advisory against posting vaccination certificates online, as it is important data that is private to the certificate holder and should not be disclosed to everyone.

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has posted a warning on its cyber security and cyber security awareness Twitter handle cyber friend.

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Why certificate sharing is not safe:
The Kovid-19 vaccination certificate includes your name and other personal details. Avoid sharing your vaccination certificate on social media platforms, as cyber fraudsters may misuse it to cheat you.

The government-issued certificate, right after the beneficiary received the first dose of vaccination, contained the beneficiary’s name, the last four digits of their identity card, the name of the vaccine they had received, the time and date of the vaccination, the name of the vaccination center, the next date of vaccination. is. It is considered a provisional certificate and upon receiving both doses of vaccination, the beneficiary gets the final certificate.


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