- When you receive your COVID-19 vaccination, you’ll be given a vaccine card.
- It’s important to hold onto this card because it will serve several important purposes in the future.
- It’s recommended to take a picture or scan of the card and keep the original in a safe place.
- If you lose your card, it’s possible to obtain a replacement card.
When you receive your COVID-19 vaccination, you’ll be given a vaccine card as documentation.
The card will contain your name and birthdate, vaccine manufacturer and lot number, as well as where the vaccine was administered and the date the vaccine was given.
The card will also state if and when you need to return for a booster shot.
In addition to serving as a reminder for when to return for your next shot, there are several other important reasons to keep your vaccine card.
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Ms. Jenn Landers | Patient Advocate Alliance LLC Edited by Dr. Justin Groode