How to register for COVID-19 vaccine online in Qatar

How to register for COVID-19 vaccine online in Qatar

By QLNews

Qatar has spared no effort in protecting the health of its population amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

From allocating dedicated facilities to test and manage COVID-19 patients to coordinating with top international pharmaceutical companies to secure safe and reliable vaccines for the country’s citizens and residents.

As it continues rolling out the first phase of its nationwide COVID-19 campaign, the country’s Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has now introduced a new service for the public to sign-up for the COVID-19 vaccine.

According to MoPH, the service enables you to register with the Ministry “your interest to take the COVID-19 vaccine, and if you are in one of the first priority groups, enable you to request an appointment to take the vaccine.”

“Even if you are not in one of the listed priority groups, your interest to take the vaccine will be recorded and saved by the MOPH, and you will be contacted when you are eligible,” MoPH stated.

Here is how you can do it:

- Enter the registration page, then click on “Proceed to Sign In page”.

- Log in to the National Authentication System (NAS).

- Select “Occupation”.

- Enter employer and health card (HC) number (if available).

- Click on “Click here if you are interested in taking the Covid-19 vaccine”.

If you don't have a NAS Account, you can create one here.

If you forgot your NAS Account credentials, you can reset your password here.

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