One wants to achieve “as quickly as possible” that all vaccinations carried out are recorded in the e-vaccination card, said Anschober.
E-vaccination certificate as the “perfect control instrument”
The vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 currently has a registration rate of 90 percent. On February 24th, the National Council is to adopt the legal basis with which “the immediate, direct obligation for everyone to enter vaccination data in the e-vaccination passport” will be anchored, announced Anschober.
The re will be no exceptions. Anschober spoke of a “big step”, Lehner described the e-vaccination certificate as a tool “that other countries envy us”.
The authorities use the e-vaccination pass as a “perfect control instrument” and the population as “perfect evidence” to enable them to make air travel or concert visits unbureaucratically possible in the future after a corona vaccination has been completed, said Lehner.
Vaccination coordinator dashboard
With the collected and anonymized data – Lehner guaranteed their security – a dashboard is made available to the vaccination coordinators and responsible bodies in the countries, which enables detailed insights into the progress of the corona vaccination plan.
The dashboard enables comparisons within the total of 82 supply regions. As Anschober explained, “we will gradually adopt the sensational breadth of data in the public sector”.
The dashboard for corona vaccination operated by the Ministry of Health – available at https://info.gesundheitsministerium.gv.at/ – already had additional tools on Friday, such as graphics on the course over time and the vaccination rate.
Vaccination is going “well” according to Anschober
As far as vaccination against the coronavirus is concerned, “things are going well,” said Anschober. Once again he affirmed that by Easter one million Austrians should have received full protection in the form of two vaccine doses required for this. During the course of Friday, the limit of 400,000 corona vaccinations will be exceeded. “At the weekend 150,000 people should be fully immunized,” said Anschober.
The interest in the vaccination is “great, the mood has turned”.