Most providers will give you a card issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that lists: your name, date of birth, how many COVID-19 vaccine doses you received, the date(s) you received the dose(s), and where you received it. Keep your vaccination card in case you need it for future use. You should also take a picture of your vaccination card as a backup copy.

If you did not receive a card or you lose your card, you can:

Note:

  • The CDC vaccine card, your provider’s portal record, VAMS certificate, and the CT WiZ official immunization record are all acceptable forms of proof of your COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Click here for information from the FBI about how it is a crime to make or buy a fake COVID-19 vaccination record card.
    • If you did not receive the vaccine, do not buy fake vaccine cards, do not make your own vaccine cards, and do not fill-in blank vaccination record cards with false information. The unauthorized use of an official government agency's seal (such as HHS or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)) is a crime, and may be punishable under Title 18 United States Code, Section 1017, and other applicable laws.