China News Service, September 23. According to a comprehensive report by the Canadian "Sing Tao Daily", Ontario's vaccine certificate measures have taken effect. Provincial residents must present proof of vaccination and identity before entering non-essential service places.

On the 22nd, the website where the provincial government provided the vaccination certificate for downloading had failed to log in and had a long waiting time.

  At about 11 am on the 22nd, Ms. Chen went online to the relevant website of the Ontario government and downloaded the personal vaccination certificate. She was unable to access the website twice and tried again and again to log in, and downloaded the PDF of the first and second vaccination certificates. , The whole process needs to wait about 15 minutes, I believe that there are so many people who need this service, and the website is almost paralyzed.

  The vaccination certificate downloaded by Ms. Chen is actually a watermarked vaccine receipt. She does not plan to use paper, so the PDF of the certificate is stored in the file on the phone.

Someone will also convert the PDF into an image and store it in the photo album of the phone for easy presentation.

  How to prepare a vaccine certificate for backup at home, and how to use this certificate, according to the Ontario government information, the details are as follows:

Which places need vaccine certificates?

  The new measures do not apply to basic service stores such as supermarkets, grocery stores and pharmacies.

The scope of the completed vaccination certificate must be provided, including the indoor areas of the following places:

  Restaurants and bars (excluding outdoor terraces and takeaways);

  Dining venues with dance floors (including outdoor areas of venues);

  Meeting and event venues, such as banquet halls and conference centers;

  Facilities used for physical fitness and personal fitness training, such as fitness rooms, fitness and entertainment facilities, except for youth leisure sports;

  Sporting event

  Casinos, Bingo and gaming venues;

  Concerts, music festivals, theaters and theaters;

  Strip clubs and bathhouses;


  Commercial or TV productions with live audiences.

Who can be eligible for exemption?

  Exemptions include, but are not limited to, children under 12 years of age, young people under 18 participating in organized indoor sports, including training, practice, competition and competition; and those with medical exemptions will be allowed to enter without the need to provide a vaccination certificate.

  In addition, during the period from September 22 to October 13, 2021, visitors can provide a certificate of negative antigen test, participate in indoor social gatherings related to wedding services, ceremonies or ceremonies, or participate in specific meeting or event spaces Social gatherings related to funeral services, ceremonies or ceremonies.

  Other limited exemptions apply to meeting and event venues (such as day camps, childcare, social services, court services, government services).

What is the completion of vaccination?

  Complete series of vaccines approved by Health Canada (Moderna Spikevax COVID-19 vaccine, Pfizer-BioNTech Comirnaty COVID-19 vaccine, AstraZeneca Vaxzevria COVID-19 vaccine, and Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) COVID-19 vaccine), or this Any combination of similar vaccines;

  One or two doses of vaccine not approved by Health Canada, followed by another dose of mRNA vaccine approved by Health Canada;

  Three doses of vaccine not approved by Health Canada;

  Received the last dose of vaccine at least 14 days before providing adequate proof of vaccination.

What is a vaccine certificate?

  People over 12 years old must provide a paper or electronic copy to prove that they have been fully vaccinated. The certificate must include their name, date of vaccination and name of the product to be vaccinated.

The vaccine certificate includes the following documents:

  Ontario vaccination receipt (paper) issued by the vaccination station when the vaccination is completed;

  A vaccination receipt signed by an Indigenous health care provider;

  The vaccination receipt (electronic or hard copy) received by the Ontario Ministry of Health via email after vaccination;

  Download the vaccination receipt (electronic version or paper) from the Ontario vaccine reservation website or call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Center 1-833-943-3900;

  A vaccination receipt from another jurisdiction indicating that the holder has been fully vaccinated against the new coronavirus.

  In addition, you must also provide an identity certificate issued by a public agency, such as a driver’s license or medical card, with the name and date of birth listed above to verify that the vaccine receipt belongs to you.

When can I download the enhanced vaccine certificate with the QR code?

  Ontario will develop and implement an enhanced vaccine certificate with a unique two-dimensional code and an accompanying verification application, allowing users to be scanned for vaccination status under safe conditions.

This enhanced version of the vaccine certificate will be launched on October 22, 2021, and the original vaccination receipt will still be valid after October 22.

What are the consequences if you do not follow this regulation or provide false documents?

  Individuals who do not provide proof of identity and proof that they have been fully vaccinated will not be allowed to enter the aforementioned designated places.

  Anyone who provides incomplete or false information to enter a designated place is a violation of the Ontario Reopening Act.

According to the regulations of the Ontario government, fines for individuals who fail to comply with the regulations or for presenting false documents start at 750 Canadian dollars, and fines for businesses start from 1,000 Canadian dollars.