Vaccine certificate explained
Traveling out of Costa Rica to many countries will require a Vaccination Certificate. As a matter of fact is may be required to enter certain facilities in the future.
Costa Rica offers a certificate for citizens and residents that have been vacinated in or out of Costa Rica
Those who do not have a digital signature must send, to the same email, a copy of their ID (cédula, passport or DIMEX) and a copy of the vaccination card that they received at the CCSS.
Once the form is completed, the applicant will receive a confirmation with a processing number. The vaccine certificate will be delivered via email within seven days.
The following is a quick giude, Including a couple photos, a link to the Ministry de Salud website, a contact here in Guanacaste that can provide official translation and a link to a short video. I hope this helps. The actual online form is in spanish. But easy to copy and translate as you go
Ministero de Salud website and application page HERE
YouTube Video, Filling out you application Here
Having your certificate translated Below;
Professional translator is Ana Sayagues in Liberia. She is the same lady who translates the Driver's License. Her email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tips to Remember
Have a digital copy (Photo or Scan) of you vaccination card (Both Sides) ready to attach to your email
Have a copy of you identification (Photo or Scan, Both Sides) or Passport ready to attach to your email
Remember you can choose the instructions in different languages. But the acctual online form is in Spanish
To get to the actual form, use the drawn down bar inside the web page