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On a framework for the issuance, verification and acceptance of interoperable COVID-19 vaccination, test and recovery certificates (EU Digital COVID Certificate) to facilitate free movement during the COVID-19 pandemic (Text with EEA relevance)
ANNEX

ANNEX — CERTIFICATE DATASETS

  1. Data fields to be included in the vaccination certificate:
    1. name: surname(s) and forename(s), in that order;
    2. date of birth;
    3. disease or agent targeted: COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2 or one of its variants);
    4. COVID-19 vaccine or prophylaxis;
    5. COVID-19 vaccine product name;
    6. COVID-19 vaccine marketing authorisation holder or manufacturer;
    7. number in a series of doses as well as the overall number of doses in the series;
    8. date of vaccination, indicating the date of the latest dose received (certificates indicating the completion of the primary vaccination series shall be accepted only if not more than 270 days have passed since the date of the latest dose in that series);
    9. Member State or third country in which the vaccine was administered;
    10. certificate issuer;
    11. unique certificate identifier.
  2. Data fields to be included in the test certificate:
    1. name: surname(s) and forename(s), in that order;
    2. date of birth;
    3. disease or agent targeted: COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2 or one of its variants);
    4. the type of test;
    5. test name (optional for NAAT test);
    6. test manufacturer (optional for NAAT test);
    7. date and time of the test sample collection;
    8. result of the test;
    9. testing centre or facility (optional for rapid antigen test);
    10. Member State or third country in which the test was carried out;
    11. certificate issuer;
    12. unique certificate identifier.
  3. Data fields to be included in the certificate of recovery:
    1. name: surname(s) and forename(s), in that order;
    2. date of birth;
    3. disease or agent from which the holder has recovered: COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2 or one of its variants);
    4. date of first positive test result;
    5. Member State or third country in which test was carried out;
    6. certificate issuer;
    7. certificate valid from;
    8. certificate valid until (not more than 180 days after the date of first positive test result);
    9. unique certificate identifier.