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You’ve gotten completely vaccinated against COVID-19 — congratulations! — and you’ve gotten a little 3″x4″ card with your vaccine information.
Now what do you do with it? Should you carry it around? Make copies? Laminate it?
Here’s some answers to some of the most common questions about the COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card.
What’s on my COVID vaccination card?
Your card contains information to identify you, the dates of your vaccination(s), which vaccine you received, and the date and location each one was administered.
When you get your first vaccination of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you should receive a card. You’ll need to bring it to your second shot appointment, if you have one, so your provider can fill in the information about your second dose.
When you get it, make sure the information on it is correct.
I lost my COVID-19 vaccination card! What do I do?
No problem. If you’ve misplaced your card, or if you never received one, just contact the clinic, pharmacy, or other place where you received the shot to find out how to get a replacement. They can print you out a new card from your records.
If you can’t contact them directly, contact the Florida Department of Health Immunizations Records department at 877-888-7468 or email@example.com.
Is there any other way to see my vaccination information?
Some private companies such as Walmart are working on ways to access your vaccine information digitally but the state does not have anything in place yet.