MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
These are the applications “My Moscow”, “State services of Moscow”, “Moscow transport”, “Metro Moscow” and “Moscow Assistant”.
To check QR codes at the entrance to catering establishments and at public events, it is safer to use the official city mobile applications. This avoids phishing and helps identify fake QR codes.
“If the QR code is not a digital certificate obtained by an official method, the application, unlike a simple scan with a camera, will report the certificate is invalid. You cannot follow the link in it. The QR code verification functionality is provided in five popular city mobile applications, so that most of the inspectors do not even have to install additional applications on their smartphones, ”explained in
To check QR codes, you can use five mobile applications: “My Moscow”, “Moscow State Services”, “Moscow Transport”, “Moscow Metro” and “Moscow Assistant”.
In the application, you must select the service “Digital certificate (QR code) verification”, and then scan the code. The screen will display the status of the code (valid / invalid), the initials of the visitor (the first letters of the last name, first name and patronymic), as well as his date of birth and the last digits of the passport number (only for QR codes received on the gosuslugi.ru portal or in the mobile application “Public services. Stop coronavirus”). This data must be verified with the data in the identity document. If they match, the visitor can go to the institution or event.
Citizens can receive a QR code only on the official Moscow and federal resources: electronic medical record on the mos.ru portal, in the EMIAS.INFO mobile application, in the service mos.ru / gr, on the portal gosuslugi.ru or in the mobile application “State services. Stop coronavirus “… In addition, to obtain a QR code, you can contact the registry of the city polyclinic or use the infomat.
Citizens who have been vaccinated with two components of the vaccine (or one-component vaccine) registered in the Russian Federation, who have had COVID-19 within the last six months, or who have received a negative PCR test result, which is valid for 72 hours from the moment of its registration in the laboratory, can receive the QR code. … It is necessary to undergo PCR testing in one of the laboratories in Moscow connected to the Unified Medical Information and Analytical System (UMIAS). The list of institutions can be found on the website Moscow City Health Department…
How do I use a QR code?
The visitor needs to save the QR code on the phone or print it out. When entering a catering establishment or a mass event, you must present it to the employee responsible for admitting visitors, along with an identity document.
The employee responsible for admitting visitors must scan the QR code with the smartphone’s camera.
To check the QR code in the My Moscow application, go to the Services section and select the Digital Certificate (QR Code) Checker service. When choosing this service, the user will turn on the smartphone camera, which needs to scan the QR code.
To check the QR code in the Moscow State Services application, you need to log in to the application, go to the Services section, select the Digital Certificate (QR Code) Checker service and click on the Scan Code button. After that, the user will turn on the smartphone camera, which needs to scan the QR code.
To check the QR code in the Moscow Transport application, open the application menu by clicking the button in the upper left corner of the screen and select the Digital Certificate (QR Code) Checker service. When choosing this service, the user will turn on the smartphone camera, which needs to scan the QR code.
To check the QR code in the Moscow Assistant application, you need to log in to the application, go to the Violations section and click on the red icon with the image of the camera. In the “Fixation” tab that opens, select “Verify digital certificate (QR code)”. When you press this button, the user will turn on the smartphone camera, which needs to scan the QR code.
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