The site manavakcina.lv was temporarily available in test mode on Thursday, January 28, and several users had already noticed it and registered. The responsible authorities explained that the site would only start working in February and the registrations made in the test version would not be valid.
Information report on the vaccination plan shows that the website will allow residents to apply for vaccination against Covid-19 and receive invitation when their turn comes.
The opening of the website will be publicly announced.
Those who attempted to register in test mode will be asked to re-register when the page is officially open.
Health Minister Daniels Pavļuts said on Twitter: "I don't know how you caught [the test version], but now we know everyone's interested. Please be patient, we are now closing it and we will officially inform about the launch."
Mīļie draugi. https://t.co/PS6jNX9uhc ir īsta manta. Precīzāk - būs. Šobrīd testa vidē. Kā uzķērāt - nezinu, bet nu zinām, ka tas visiem interesē :)— Daniels Pavluts (@pavluts) January 28, 2021
Lūdzu pacietību, šobrīd pieeju slēdzām, uzlabosim un oficiāli informēsim par agrīnās pieteikšanās rīka palaišanu. Stay tuned!
The application website will make it easier to compile contact information of those who wish to be vaccinated, to identify the priority group and the desired vaccination location.
On the basis of these data, vaccine orders and deliveries will be automatically planned; the system will also maintain information on vaccine stocks.