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Organization : Ministry of Health
Facility : View Your Record/Certificate
Country : Bhutan
Website :

MOH Bhutan View Your Record/Certificate

Before you can view and update your registration, you need to verify your identity using your registration ID/CID and mobile number used during the initial registration.

Related / Similar Service : MOH Bhutan Register For Covid-19 Vaccine

How to Check?

Steps :
Step 1 : Visit the official website through the URL provided above.
Step 2 : Enter Your Registration ID/CID/Work Permit
Step 3 : Enter Your Mobile Number
Step 4 : Click on “Verify” button to verify your registration.


1. Can I drink hand sanitizer?
WARNING. No, it is strictly for external use and not meant for consumption. Drinking hand sanitizers could have serious health implications!

2. Can I visit the hospital for my regular check up? (example pregnancy, diabetes and hypertension follow up or appointments, etc)
There is no problem in visiting health facilities for your regular follow ups. The only advice is that you should maintain good hygiene at all times.

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3. Can I travel to other places within Bhutan?
There is no travel restriction for any Bhutanese to travel within the country, however, we request everyone to maintain good hygiene at all times.

4. Do we have enough ventilators for #COVID19 positive patients?
Yes because only about 5% of positive patients would need ventilator support.

5. What is Physical Distancing?
Physical Distancing refers to the act of keeping at least 1 metre or 3 feet distance between people, in order to reduce the risk of infection.

Physical Distancing is an effective way to help slow down or stop the spread of an infectious disease. The earlier the physical distancing measures are implemented, the more effective it becomes.

6. Is COVID-19 airborne?
The virus that causes COVID-19 is mainly transmitted through droplets generated when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or speaks. These droplets may not remain in the air for long time.

To protect yourself, keep at least 1 meter distance from others and disinfect surfaces that are touched frequently. Regularly clean your hands thoroughly and avoid touching your eyes, mouth, and nose.

7. For Bhutanese residing outside, whom should we contact?
The best point of contact for Bhutanese residing outside would be the nearest Bhutanese Embassy for all travel advisories.In Australia we do not have a Bhutanese Embassy, whom should we contact? NEED TO GET ANSWER FOR OTHERS AS WELL

8. What documents do individuals who are screened or quarantined have to produce?

The system for COVID-19 patients in Bhutan requires the patients to be registered with Identity Card (Citizenship Identity Card), Special Resident Permit, Passport, Work Pass, Driving License.

9. How do folks without these ID’s access these services?
Brings anything that portrays your identity

10. What is the helpline for senior citizen on COVID-19 related matters?
Toll free number 6060 is exclusively dedicated to Senior Citizens ( 60 years and above)

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