COVID Certification Applications Now Open From 04-10 August

Those travelling between 04 – 10 August are now being invited to apply to the Northern Ireland COVID Certification Service.

Some applications will be processed manually and applicants will be contacted via email on what to do as they progress.

Whilst service has resumed it is being managed in a controlled and phased way and will be strictly limited to the dates highlighted.

The first process will involve proof of identity.
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87% are now progressing through this step automatically. The remainder are validated manually. Those requiring manual verification are being processed as a priority. Once you have completed your proof of identity checks we will notify you directly by email, telling you when you can go online or on the app to request a certificate.

An appeal has been issued to those travelling later than 10 August to not apply at this time and help us help their fellow citizens.

An update on plans to extend the periods when applications can be accepted is expected.

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