- Most providers give you a CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Card that lists: your name, date of birth, the COVID-19 vaccination(s) you received, and the clinic. Keep your vaccination card in case you need it for future use. Take a picture of your vaccination card as a backup copy.
- If you were vaccinated in Connecticut, you may visit: CT WiZ Access My Immunization Record to learn how to access your or your minor child’s ‘CT WiZ official immunization record’ containing a SMART Health QR Code through the CT WiZ Public Portal.
- If you have trouble accessing your immunization records, please complete this secure online form. If you need assistance by phone, you may call our main line at (860) 509-7929 during normal business hours, Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm.
- Note: The Connecticut Department of Public Health does not issue replacement ‘CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Cards’ to the public. Acceptable proof of COVID-19 vaccination include: your CDC COVID-19 vaccination card, your CT WiZ official immunization record, and your provider’s or pharmacy’s patient portal vaccination record.
- 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 is a crime and may be punishable under Title 18 United States Code, Section 1017, and other applicable laws.
English version last updated on 16 March 2022 – This page answers the most frequently asked questions about COVID-19 vaccine safety. If the information you are looking for is not here, check out our related links on the right-hand side of the page.