Why You Should not Share Your COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate On Social Media

Why You Should not Share Your COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate On Social Media

Covid-19 vaccination has been accelerated by the country.

To protect from the Chinese virus, vaccination is accelerated. 18 years old are now eligible for the vaccination. Most of you might have received your first jab already and most of you still waiting for it.

Here are few things you should be taken care of. You might have seen that people are posting their covid-19 vaccine certificate on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media accounts. Be aware!! Because it can be dangerous. This is not a good practice you should follow at all. Here is why?

Did you share your COVID-19 social media vaccine certificate? “The Indian government issued an advisory against sharing your vaccination certificate on social media.”

The covid-19 vaccination certificate contains your personal details like your “name”, “age”, “gender” and the “last four digits of your Aadhar card”. Avoid sharing it on social media platforms as it can be misused by cyber fraudsters.

The official Twitter account of “Cyber Dost” also posted the warning on their account.

However, according to the UIDAI, in terms of data Aadhar card is safe due to its multilayer verification process. But it always better to not share its details if not required.

Happy Vaccination!

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4 Replies to “Why You Should not Share Your COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate On Social Media”

  1. Thank-you for sharing vital information.

    1. Thanks Khushboo!
      It is important to spread awareness about such things, most of the time people don’t know about the threat. I think this article will surely help. 🙂

  2. Anil shinde. says: Reply

    Yes,noted n Thanks😊🙏

    1. Thanks Anil!
      I am glad you liked it. Do share this article so that more people can aware of this!

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