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Taiwan published guidelines for migrant workers vaccination online registration

Taiwan's Ministry of Labor (MOL) on Wednesday published online guidelines in four foreign languages showing migrant workers how to register online to receive a COVID-19 vaccine shot.

The guidelines, available in English, Indonesian, Vietnamese and Thai, provide step-by-step instructions on how to use the government's new COVID-19 vaccination appointment system, which is currently only offered in Chinese.

According to the ministry, foreign nationals must first register for the system using their alien resident certificate (ARC) number and National Health Insurance (NIH) card number, and then indicate what vaccine brand they prefer and where they want to take it.

When the vaccine supply is adequate, they will receive a text message informing them to log back into the system and schedule an appointment.

Meanwhile, the ministry urged migrant workers to make sure they use the government's official COVID-19 vaccination appointment system, and to be on the lookout for fake sites that may be trying to steal their personal information.

People who encounter difficulties when using the vaccination appointment system can call the MOL's 1955 hotline or send a message to its Line customer service account, the ministry said. -Central News Agency

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