Albertans Can Get Printed COVID-19 Vaccination Records From Local Registry Offices

imageAlbertans will be able to get a printed COVID-19 vaccination record from local registry offices anywhere across the province starting Sept 21st.

As per the news release, Albertans may visit a local registry agent to request a printed version of their vaccination card at no cost by providing the month and year of any dose of vaccination, their Alberta Personal Health Number and their date of birth.

The province is also planning to make proof of vaccination available through a QR code in the coming weeks.

 

Alberta is reminding those who want proof of vaccination that COVID-19 vaccination records may take up to two weeks to show on both alberta.ca/CovidRecords and MyHealthRecords as it depends on when and how the health practitioner inputs the information after administering the vaccine.

In addition to getting COVID-19 vaccine records from the local registry, Albertans can also use the following as proof of COVID-19 vaccination:

  • Alberta.ca/CovidRecords – Card-sized vaccine record from the online website after entering the month and year of their vaccinations, their Alberta Personal Health Number and their date of birth.
  • Vaccination records previously received through their MyHealth Records account.
  • Paper immunization records received in person following their COVID-19 vaccination appointment.
  • Get a record from the pharmacy or physician’s office where they received the vaccine or calling 811 to request a copy to be mailed.

Find a Local Alberta Registry Agent

 

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