ID cards to incorporate driver's license, insurance, vaccination certificate
Update: 15:05 |
Driver's license, social insurance, and Covid-19 vaccination certificate are among many documents to be incorporated into the new chip-based ID cards, the Ministry of Public Security’s police department for administrative management of social order has said.
The department is working with the Ministry of Transport and Vietnam Social Security for such incorporation to help the cards replace a series of documents.
New chip-mounted ID cards will incorporate many types of data.
This will facilitate the process of administrative procedures and other transactions by citizens as well as strengthen Covid-19 prevention and control.
Under the Law on Citizen Identification in 2014, people from 14 years of age can obtain an ID card, which is then renewed when they turn 25, 40, and 60.
By the end of September, the Ministry of Public Security had issued about 45 million chip-based ID cards, each consisting of a QR code on the front and a machine-readable zone on its back.
Bac Giang continues to pick up citizens from HCMC, Binh Duong and Dong Nai
(BGO) – The
Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (DoLISA) in Bac Giang
province on September 16 announced about the subjects, time, vehicle and
expense to pick up second batch of citizens from Ho Chi Minh city (HCMC), Binh
Duong and Dong Nai provinces for departments, sectors and localities to cooperate
Travel papers to be integrated into citizens’ QR code
The Police Department for the Administrative Management of Social Order (C06) under the Ministry of Public Security will study and integrate travel papers into citizens’ QR codes when people make declarations through VNEID, a recently-launched electronic medical declaration application.
Bac Giang encourages citizens to use online public services
(BGO) – Recently, Bac
Giang has detected several Covid-19 patients as officials, cadres, public
servants and labours at local organizations and agencies. To ensure safety for
people, the People’s Committee at all levels in the province instructed to
reinforce disease preventive measures at the one stop shop; propagandize, guide
and encourage citizens to use online public services.