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Egypt Allocates 126 Vaccination Centres for Travellers

The passport includes a QR code that is easily verified in airports around the globe, and costs EGP 100 for Egyptians, and USD 10 for non-Egyptians.

Egypt has started handing out COVID-19 vaccine passports to prospective travellers at 126 official centres across Cairo and several governorates, including Dakahlia, Suez, Luxor, Damietta, Sinai, New Valley and the Red Sea. These centres will also administer specific COVID-19 vaccines that are approved for travel.


People who have already received their vaccine from the Ministry of Health and Population are invited to visit any of these centres to collect their vaccine passport. Those who have yet to sign up for the vaccine may arrange to pick up a passport when they register for the vaccine at egcovac.mohp.gov.eg.


The passport includes a QR code that is easily verified in airports around the globe, and costs EGP 100 for Egyptians, and USD 10 for non-Egyptians. The Ministry of Health and Population announced that they will soon release the Egypt Health Passport mobile app to serve as an electronic vaccine passport on Android and iPhone. For a full list of official centres, visit the Ministry of Health and Population's Facebook page at f/egypt.mohp, or call their hotline at 15335 for more information.