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When you get your COVID-19 vaccine, you should receive a white vaccination card. This card is a medical record of your vaccination, like your childhood immunization records. It contains important health information. Have questions about COVID-19 vaccine cards? We’re here to help. Get the facts on COVID-19 vaccine cards with these articles.
Why You Shouldn’t Post Your COVID-19 Vaccination Card Publicly
Sharing your COVID-19 vaccination card on social media or other public platforms could risk identity theft or other problems.Read More
What Should I Do If I Lose My COVID-19 Vaccine Card?
You need your COVID-19 vaccine card when you get an additional dose of the vaccine. Here’s what to do if you can’t find your card.Read More
What Do I Do With My COVID-19 Vaccine Card?
Here’s what a COVID-19 vaccine card is and what to do with it.Read More