The full name of the vaccinated person.
The vaccinated person's date of birth (DOB) if known. If unknown, use the assigned DOB for administrative purposes.
Unique identifier (primary identifier of the beneficiary)
Unique identifier for the vaccinated person, according to the policies applicable in each country. There can be more than one unique identifier used to link records (example: national ID, health ID, immunisation information system ID, and medical record ID). All the certificate IDs will be linked to the beneficiary's preEnrollmentCode.
To be used only if there is a need to share/print an additional national ID. By default, it is set as 'null' in DIVOC's case. The above field covers this as well.
Documentation of a specific instance of sex information for the vaccinated person.
Vaccine type or prophylaxis
Need to incorporate in the payload.
Generic description of the vaccine or vaccine sub-type, such as COVID-19 mRNA vaccine, HPV vaccine.
The brand or trade name used to refer to the vaccine received.
Name of the manufacturer of the vaccine received, such as Serum institute of India, or AstraZeneca. If the vaccine manufacturer is unknown, a market authorisation holder is needed.
Vaccine market authorisation holder
Name of the market authorisation holder of the vaccine received. If the market authorisation holder is unknown, a vaccine manufacturer is required. This is needed only if the manufacturer is not listed in the WHO EUL (Emergency Use Listing Procedure) list.
Batch number or lot number of the vaccine.
Date on which the vaccine was administered.
Total expected doses as defined by a member state's care plan and immunisation programme policies.
For Pfizer and BioNTech, the total expected doses are two.
The country where a person was vaccinated.
The name or identifier of the vaccination facility responsible for administering the vaccination.
If the country does not have a national identifier, you can share the name of the vaccinator.
National ID of the vaccinator
Disease or agent targeted
Available as a certificate header and not as a data element in the current certificate API payload.
Name of the disease vaccinated against (such as COVID-19). We recommend that you can have it as a data element within the payload.
Certificate header: COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate.
Due date of the next dose
Only implemented for India.
Issuer (available in the output)
The authority or authorised organisation that issued the vaccination certificate.
Ministry of Health & Wellness, Jamaica
Health certificate identifier
Certificate ID (available in the output)
Unique identifier used to associate the vaccination status represented in a paper vaccination card.
Date on which the certificate became valid. No health or clinical inferences should be made from this date.
Last date on which the certificate is valid. No health or clinical inferences should be made from this date.
Certificate schema version
Only if schema versions are maintained.