Digital copies of your vaccination card might be rejected because required information is missing or obscured, or the document is otherwise unreadable. If you do not have your CDC COVID-19 vaccination record card, or have been unsuccessful in attempting to verify it, here are two alternative options you can take:
- For information on how to access your immunization record online, click here.
- For information on how to request a copy vaccination record card in-person, click here.
If your name has changed recently, click here.
How can I access my state’s immunization records?
If you are unable to get a copy of your CDC COVID-19 vaccination record card at this moment, the CDC provides contact information for each state’s immunization information system on its website. Immunization records will work in place of a CDC COVID-19 vaccination record card. Screenshots are not accepted at this time, click here for more information on digital copies.
Please note that each state has their own unique process for storing immunization records and information. If you cannot access your online records, please contact your state. State specific health department contact information can be found here.
How can I get a copy of my vaccination record card?
If you do not have your CDC COVID-19 vaccination record card with you at this moment and are unable to retrieve it, you can request a copy at your vaccination site. Bring an ID with you and try to recall the date you were vaccinated.
What if I received each dose at different vaccination sites?
If you received two shots at different places, we recommend requesting a copy at the vaccination site where you got the second dose.