How to Register and Generate Davao Del Sur QR Code

Davao del Sur utilizes the CCTS system for their contact tracing solution. Individuals must have a QR code upon entering the province. Learn how here.

Individuals in Davao del Sur can obtain a QR Code by registering on the COVID-19 Contact Tracing System (CCTS) website, as the province is one of the participating provinces that has adopted CCTS.

D was officially launched in September 2020 as Davao del Sur's official contact tracing system through Executive Order No. 43 Series of 2020 or "An Order Establishing the Guidelines for Covid-19 Contact Tracing System and Constituting the Implementation Committee in the Province of Davao Del Sur."

Residents and non-residents (workers, visitors, tourists, etc.) must use the CCTS portal to generate a QR Card to enter establishments within the province's territorial jurisdiction. All local government units (LGUs) in Davao del Sur are required to use CCTS and require establishments to install scanning points.

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What is Davao del Sur QR Code?

Davao del Sur QR Code or (DS-CCTS QR Code) is a machine-readable code generated after completing registration on the CCTS website, a web-based application developed for and used for contact tracing purposes. Residents and non-residents alike must register a Davao del Sure QR Code in order to roam the province.

Once they have a Davao del Sur QR Code or CCTS card, individuals must present it upon entering an establishment. After scanning the QR Code, the computer database instantly records the information of the person who entered, along with the date and time of their entry.

Where to download or generate Davao del Sur QR Code?

To generate a Davao del Sur QR Code, individuals must go to the CCTS website at https://southcotabato.ph/web/ or http://davaodelsur.gov.ph/. DS-CCTS adopted South Cotabato's Contact Tracing System, which is why you need to go to its web portal to get a QR Code.

What are the requirements to get a Davao del Sur QR Code?

You must have a capable device to open a web browser and make sure you have a reliable internet connection to avoid errors upon registration. Once you can access the website, you must provide the following: complete name, birth date, gender, address, valid email address, and mobile number.

Note: All visitors or non-residents passing through or with temporary business or personal transactions within the province must register online through the CCTS portal and provide the required information for the issuance of a QR-coded CCTS Card, which they can either print or show for scanning using their mobile phones at checkpoints and offices/establishments where they have a transaction. 

How to register for a Davao del Sur QR Code?

Individuals interested in obtaining a Davao del Sur QR Code must visit the CCTS portal at https://southcotabato.ph/web/, navigate to the menu, and click the "Register" button. You must select "Citizen" from the drop-down menu and then enter the required information. Once completed, click the "Register" button to obtain your QR Code.

You may also follow the outlined steps below:

1. Open your browser and go to https://southcotabato.ph/web/


On your browser, go to https://southcotabato.ph/web/ to access the CCTS portal. You must make sure that your internet connection is stable to avoid registration errors. On the homepage of the CCTS portal, you will see the logos of participating provinces and cities which include Davao del Sur province.

2. Go to the Menu and click the "Register" button


Once you're on the homepage of the CCTS portal, tap the "≡" button to reveal the menu. You will see several options or categories to navigate the CCTS portal particularly: services, data privacy, faqs, and contact. Click the "Register" button to proceed with the registration.

3. Choose "Citizen" registration from the options


After you click the "Register" button, a drop-down menu will appear from which you can select your registration type. Individuals should choose "Citizen" while business owners should choose "Establishment."

Note: Travelers, visitors, and workers in Davao del Sur may register directly with the CCTS portal to obtain a Davao del Sur QR Code.

4. Fill out the registration form and tap "Register"


Once you've clicked the "Citizen" registration, you will be redirected to the registration form. Fill it out and provide the necessary information such as complete name, date of birth, gender, address, email address, and mobile number.

After completing the form, check the "I'm not a robot" box for verification and then click the "Register" button. Accept the consent/confirmation to complete your QR Code registration.




5. Download your Davao del Sur QR Code


To proceed to the next page and download your QR Code, ensure that you have agreed with the consent/confirmation. 

You will be redirected to a page where you can download your QR Code after clicking the "Yes" button. Once on that page, tap "Click here" to download the QR Code PDF file, which you must print or save to your device.

Actual Davao del Sur QR Code/CCTS Card for visitors and non-residents after registering in the CCTS web portal.

Note: After registering on the CCTS portal, you will be able to use the QR Card in participating provinces and cities throughout Mindanao, including Davao de Oro, South Cotabato, Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, and Sarangani.


Is it free to register for the Davao del Sur QR Code?

Registration for the CCTS (Covid-19 Contact Tracing System) QR Code ID is completely free. To register yourself or your family, all you need is an internet-connected device such as a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

You are not required to register at the Davao del Sur Capitol, as it is readily available online through the web portal.

If you encounter difficulties during registration, such as not being able to download the ID, or if there is an error in the registration, you may simply visit the nearest Barangay or Municipal Office.

Is the information I provide during registration secure?

Yes. It will be used solely for COVID-19 contact tracing and other emergency situations. A Data Protection Officer (DPO) or Data Controller (DC) is assigned to maintain and secure the personal information collected through the CCTS portal.

Note: The COVID-19 Contact Tracing System (CCTS) is owned by South Cotabato. As a result, all entries will be stored in their system as well. the QR Code information. Additionally, you can use your CCTS Card or QR Code to travel throughout South Cotabato and other areas that use the same system.

How does DS-CCTS help with contact tracing?

When a person enters offices, establishments, churches, schools, or other locations, including when riding public transportation, he or she will present his or her CCTS Card with a QR Code to the scanning personnel.

After scanning the QR Code, the computer database instantly records the location or vehicle into which a person entered or boarded, as well as the date and time of entry or boarding.

Once a COVID-19 positive person enters an area or rides a public vehicle, it is simple to track or guide people who are nearby or associated with the positive person and immediately notify them via text message or other means.

Conclusion

It's very simple to register a QR code for Davao del Sur. You can obtain it by visiting the CCTS website. You do not need to download or install any app to generate a QR Code; instead, simply enter the required information and a QR Code will be generated immediately.

If you are working or visiting areas within the province of Davao del Sur, you will require a QR Code, so register in advance to avoid any delays upon arrival.

You may contact davaodelsurccts@gmail.com and thedavaodelsur@gmail.com for additional information about the Davao del Sur QR Code or DS-CCTS. —iTacloban
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