The Saudi Ministry of Health announced the availability of registration for Corona vaccine doses for those who received the vaccination outside the Kingdom, to be monitored in the Ministry of Health systems and reflected in the “Tawakulna” application.
The ministry said through its Twitter account, “You can register the doses of the Corona vaccine that were obtained from outside the Kingdom in the systems of the Ministry of Health and reverse them in the Tawakkalna application, via the link https://eservices.moh.gov.sa/CoronaVaccineRegistration/
She explained that the following points must be taken into account to facilitate the process of adding information in the shortest possible time, and to avoid rejection of the request.
– Ensuring the correctness and accuracy of the information entered; Entering wrong information may lead to rejection of the application.
A Saudi ID or resident ID is required to receive the application.
– The entered documents should be in PDF format, and their size should not exceed (1 MB).
Ensure that the certificate complies with the following requirements:
1 – The personal data should be stated in the certificate.
2- It must be issued in one of the following languages: Arabic, English, or French, or a certified translation into Arabic.
3- The certificate must clearly contain the name of the vaccine, its date, and the batch number.
The documents to be attached are: A copy of the passport, in addition to a copy of the vaccination certificate.
It is not possible to submit a new application if there is an existing application.
– It may take up to 5 business days to process your order.
The approved vaccines in the Kingdom are:
1- Pfizer Bionic.
3- Oxford AstraZeneca.
4- Johnson & Johnson.
The Saudi Ministry of Health added that those who do not have a national ID, or a resident ID (Saudi residency), and wish to visit the Kingdom, can register their vaccine electronically via the following link https://muqeem.sa/#/vaccine-registration/home.