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Coronavirus: Application process to register for vaccination for non-Gesy beneficiaries

Ο ΓΙΑΤΡΟΣ ΧΡΗΣΤΟΣ ΚΥΠΡΗ ΕΜΒΟΛΙΑΣΤΗΚΕ ΣΤΟ ΓΕΝΙΚΟ ΝΟΣΟΚΟΜΕΙΟ ΑΜΜΟΧΩΣΤΟΥ
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Citizens not registered on the General Healthcare System’s (Gesy’s) portal who wish to be vaccinated within the framework of the National Vaccinations Plan for Covid-19, must submit a duly completed document to register on Cyprus Portal for Covid-19 Vaccinations, the health ministry said on Tuesday.

This can be found in a downloadable format on the website of the Ministry of Health and the Press and Information Office’s website on coronavirus.

The Document must be submitted together with a copy of the interested party’s Identification Card, Alien Registration Card or other identification document, as well as a copy of that person’s medical card, if applicable.

All documents should be sent to the Ministry of Health, by email to [email protected], by post to the following address: 1 Prodromou and 17 Chilonos, 1449 Nicosia, or delivered by hand to the Medical Card Sector, Ministry of Health, 1 Prodromou and 17 Chilonos, Nicosia.

After carrying out a validity check for the application and upon its approval, the Ministry of Health will activate the applicant’s possibility to register on the Covid-19 Vaccinations Portal.

The applicant shall be informed of the Ministry of Health’s decision to approve or reject his/her request, so as to access the Covid-19 Vaccinations Online Portal in order to arrange an appointment for the vaccination, at a Vaccination Centre, at the date and time of his/her convenience, the announcement concluded.

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