The platform that collects information about cases and deaths from Covid-19 has not been accessible for 11 days since Hackers attack government websites.
System data shortage has been created Difficulties for countries Gather information about the disease during this period.
The ConnectSUS page, which is responsible for issuing the national Covid-19 vaccination certificate, remains down.
- Problems not related to you: Before the hacker attack, the system was controversial with data change and failures
“The Ministry of Health has informed that the E-SUS Notifica registration system has been re-established. The volume reiterates that it is working flexibly to re-establish all affected platforms as quickly as possible,” the ministry said, in a note to g1.
On Monday (20) Health Minister Marcelo Quiroga said that ConnectSUS must be re-established by Wednesday (22).
Remember how the attack went:
ConnectSUS app was hacked and failed to show vaccination data
Vaccination data was lost on the day of the attack, the ministry reported, But it was restored on December 12th.
According to the Ministry, the following systems have been achieved:
- e-SUS (Covid Situation Notification System) notification
- Information System for the National Immunization Program (SI-PNI) – containing information on vaccination coverage and vaccination against other diseases in the country
- Features such as issuance of the National Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate and the National Digital Vaccination Card, which are not currently available.