Brussels health authorities deny data violation on vaccination platform

Lauren Walker reports:

A legal analysis has shown Brussels’ vaccination platform Bru-Vax respects personal data, Brussels health authorities’ have announced, following criticism of a data leak regarding people’s vaccination status.

Earlier this week, it was reported that people, for example, employers, insurers or banks, could find out if a Brussels resident had been vaccinated by simply entering a national registry number and a postal code on the platform, however, the region’s health authorities, the Joint Community Commission (Cocom), have denied these claims.

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