Luis Oliva, administrator of the National Authority for Government Innovation (AIG), announced during a conference on the vaccination plan against covid-19, that Panama is evaluating the possibility of implementing an immunity passport and an international vaccination card.
Within the entire process we are making available to citizens an agreement that IATA and other international entities are reaching for the development of a possible immune passport and international vaccination card, which allows Panamanian citizens at the time they travel to other countries they may also be one of the first countries to have all this digital information, said Oliva.
He also mentioned that once the vaccination process begins, the AIG will enable a digital vaccination meter and a digital vaccination card on the Panama Solidario portal.
He explained that through the digital vaccination card, the person will be able to have access to information about the facility where they were vaccinated and when the second dose is due.
On the other hand, the AIG administrator explained that the logistics process of the vaccination plan consists of 4 parts: identification, traceability, vaccination and patient monitoring, for which the ROSA virtual clinic will be enabled.
To date, Oliva confirmed, 300 thousand people have filled out the vaccination form against covid
-19, of which 25% have indicated that they suffer from a chronic disease.