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Organization : Ministry of Health
Facility : Download Covid-19 Certificate
Country : Tanzania
Website : https://pimacovid.moh.go.tz/#/booking

PIMA Download Covid-19 Certificate Tanzania

Download Covid-19 Certificate Tanzania

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How to Book?

Steps :
Step 1 : Visit the official website through provided above.
Step 2 : Next, Enter Your Passport Number
Step 3 : Click on “Search” button


Step 4 : Fill the remaining details to Download Covid-19 Certificate

FAQs

1. Can I use different vaccines from different manufacturers at the same time?
Clinical trials in some countries are looking at whether you can have a first dose from one vaccine and a second dose from a different vaccine. There isn’t enough data yet to recommend this type of combination.

2. After vaccination should we continue to social distance, sanitize and wear masks again and why?
Safe and effective vaccines are a game-changing tool: but for the foreseeable future we must continue wearing masks, cleaning our hands, ensuring good ventilation indoors, physically distancing and avoiding crowds.

3. Are mRNA vaccines safe? If they’re based on new technology, how can we be sure?
The COVID-19 mRNA vaccine technology has been rigorously assessed for safety, and clinical trials have shown that mRNA vaccines produce an immune response that has high efficacy against disease.

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mRNA vaccine technology has been studied for several decades, including in the contexts of Zika, rabies, and influenza vaccines. mRNA vaccines are not live virus vaccines and do not interfere with human DNA.

4. Are there any warnings on the use of these vaccines?
The COVID-19 vaccines are safe for most people 18 years and older, including those with pre-existing conditions of any kind, including auto-immune disorders.

These conditions include: hypertension, diabetes, asthma, pulmonary, liver and kidney disease, as well as chronic infections that are stable and controlled.

However, care should be taken if you
** Have a compromised immune system.
** Are pregnant or nursing your baby.
** Have a history of severe allergies, particularly to a vaccine (or any of the ingredients in the vaccine).
** Are severely frail.

5. Who is regulating COVID – 19 vaccines in Tanzania?
The TMDA is mandated by the Tanzania Medicines and Medical Devices Act, Cap 219 to regulate both human and veterinary vaccines including COVID – 19 vaccines. Regulation covers registration of vaccines, import and export control, post-marketing surveillance, pharmacovigilance, inspection of the supply chain, licensing of premises, laboratory testing and clinical trials control.

6. For how long would I be protected after vaccination?
It’s not vaccines that will stop the pandemic, it’s vaccination. The Ministry through IVD is working tirelessly to ensure fair and equitable access to vaccines, and ensure everyone receives them and roll them out to protect Tanzanians starting with the most vulnerable.

It should however be noted that getting a vaccine is not mandatory but rather optional to individuals who are ready to do so.

Because COVID – 19 vaccines have only been developed recently, it’s too early to know their duration of protection. Research is ongoing to answer this question.

However, it’s encouraging that available data suggest that most people who recover from COVID-19 develop an immune response that provides at least some period of protection against re-infection – although scientists are still learning how strong this protection is, and how long it lasts.

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