All about your coronavirus vaccine card (and what to do if you lose it)

beSpacific 2021-04-18

Washington Post – “There are various ways to document that you received a coronavirus vaccine. Some people have snapped selfies proudly displaying the Band-Aid on their upper arm. Some vaccination sites are handing out stickers. But the official form of documentation is the small white vaccination record card issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which you receive after your first shot. “You do want to make sure you keep it safe,” says Kelly Moore, deputy director of the Immunization Action Coalition. “You do want to make a copy of it and keep that on file, not because it’s the only record, but because it’s the one that you control.” Here’s what Moore and other experts say you need to know about the cards and what you should do after receiving one…”

See also PC World – How to protect your COVID vaccination card digitally: Dos and don’ts