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Incorporating your COVID-19 Vaccine Record into your Health Records

If you are like many Americans and received your vaccine somewhere other than your regular doctor's office, this article explores ways to make sure your COVID-19 vaccine history and details are incorporated into your medical record.  Employers should consider sharing these tips with employees, particularly those who travel and may need to show proof of vaccine for international travel.

Getting vaccinated against Covid-19 and receiving a vaccination card has become a rite of passage for many Americans who have endured the pandemic for the last year. Securing a vaccination card, however, doesn't necessarily mean your Covid-19 vaccine status is in your medical records. Many got the vaccines at drive-in events, sports stadiums and other mass vaccination locations in their communities. If you are among the countless people who didn't get the doses at a primary care doctor's office, there may not be any record of the vaccination on file with your doctor.


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