COVID-19 vaccinations performed abroad shall be registered in the E-health system in the Republic of Latvia if the person is entitled to a state-paid Covid-19 vaccination in Latvia. If a person has received a valid digital certificate in another European country, there is no need to register the fact of vaccination in E-health system. 

Currently, data on COVID-19 vaccination in E-health can be entered for COVID-19 vaccines registered by the European Medicines Agency (EMA): 

  • Vaxzevria (COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca); 
  • COVID-19 Vaccine Spikevax (Moderna); 
  • COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen; 
  • Biontech-Pfizer Comirnaty.

Data entry into the E-Health system enables the citizen to authenticate at the website using one of the secure means of access and to create their digital COVID-19 certificate.

Submitting an application

Application form

An application with the original proof of vaccination can be submitted to the National Health Service (NHS): 

  • By mail – by sending an application to NHS by mail.  Address: Cēsu iela 31/k3, Rīga, LV-1012.
  • By placing the documents in the mail box at the NHS entry – in NHS Customer Service Centre in Riga or in any of the NHS local branches (in Kuldīga, Smiltene, Daugavpils or Jelgava).

If the vaccination certificate contains a QR code that can be read in Latvia:

It should be noted that:

  • The original proof of vaccination should be submitted to the NHS. After the application has been processed, the NHS will return it to the applicant.
  • The application will be examined within one month upon receipt of the application.  

A person may submit: 

Reliability of documents: 

  • The International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis is a secure and reliable document that does not require any additional attestation.
  • The document that is issued in a member-state of the European Union, European Economic Area, Swiss Confederation or United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (except for its overseas territories), is reliable without additional attestation (legalisation or apostille). 
  • The document issued by a third country should be clear and contain all the necessary information for vaccination and should conform to one of the following samples:
  • A document issued outside the European countries can also be certified according to this procedure and is then reliable and secure: