Alberta today launched a new website so that Albertans can get an easy-to-carry proof of COVID-19 vaccination record online.
The COVIDRecords website does not require signing up for My Alberta Digital ID or MyHealth Records.
Albertans will be able to use this website to get proof of vaccination and show businesses checking patrons for government-issued proof of vaccination under the Restriction Exemption Program.
How to Get Card-Sized COVID-19 Vaccination Record
Any Albertan who received their COVID-19 immunization, including children 12 years and older, will be able to save or print the card by entering:
- month and year of vaccination of any dose (available on/at paper vaccination record, email confirmation received for their appointment, pharmacy or physician’s office where they received the vaccine, or call 811, personal MyHealth Records account)
- Alberta Personal Health Number
- date of birth
An online id is not required.
The province says Albertans need help accessing their vaccine card, can get help from someone else they trust can help them put their information into the system.
Albertans can also use the paper immunization record that they received during their COVID-19 vaccination appointment as proof of vaccination.
Another option is to contact the pharmacy or physician’s office where they received the vaccine or call 811 to request a copy of the vaccine proof.
Albertans will also be able to request their proof of vaccination from a registry agent office starting Sept. 21st.