iOS Wallet makes it very easy for the user to store airline tickets, movie or theater tickets, credit or debit cards registered with Apple Pay, or accommodations in inns or hotels, all in the form of tickets in the app. And there’s more: The SUS card can also be added to your iPhone app.
With the Connect SUS app, developed by the Federal Government for the population for quick and easy access to public health system services, you can download the SUS CNS (National Health Card) as a wallet ticket in your iPhone.
In addition to your key information – such as your name, CPF number, age, date of birth, and CNS number – the digital copy of your SUS card also contains QR Code, so it can be scanned by professionals in health centers or medical clinics, and access all information related to your registration in the public health system.
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Find out below how to add your SUS card to your iPhone wallet:
Step 1: Enter the App Store on your iPhone and download the Connect SUS app.
Step 2: Click “Login” to do sign in of your CPF, or create a new account, if you do not have a registration for any service on the gov.br portal.
Step 3: Once you are logged into the app correctly, tap on the orange card icon, located in the lower right corner of the screen.
The fourth step: Your SUS card will be opened with your information. At the top right of the screen, tap the card icon on the left side of the share icon.
Fifth step: Your SUS card will now open in the Wallet view format. At the top left of the screen, click Add.
Sixth step: With the card added correctly, click OK at the top left of the screen.
Seventh step: Voila, your SUS card will be available as a ticket from your iPhone wallet.
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