Vaccination Cards: What you need to know about proving your vaccination status

Photo of a COVID-19 Vaccination Card

After you’ve received your COVID-19 vaccine, your provider will give you a COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card. This card is official documentation of your vaccination status. In addition to when you received your dose(s), it also shows which brand of vaccine you received.

Safeguard this card as it has personal information on it, but also can be used if you are in a situation that requires you to show proof of vaccination.

What to do if you lose your vaccination card

The process for requesting COVID-19 vaccine confirmation is the same as for any vaccine.  

  1. First contact the provider that administered your vaccine and ask for a replacement. The provider will have record of your vaccination and be able to quickly provide a new one.
  2. Personal or family immunization records can be accessed digitally through the Docket mobile phone app.  Through the Docket app you can review past immunization reports, track upcoming shots, and share official immunization reports.
    • To get started, download the free app by searching “Docket” on the App Store or on Google Play.   Or, go directly through Docket
  3. Contact your local health department and ask them to print an Official USIIS Personal Utah Immunization Record for you. All Utah local health departments use or are connected to Utah Statewide Immunization Information System (USIIS).
  4. You can request your own or children’s immunization record by submitting the USIIS Immunization Record Request form. This form must be filled out completely and notarized. You can submit your form using the information below:
    • Mail: Immunization / USIIS Program
      P O Box 142012
      Salt Lake City, UT 84114-2012
    • Email:
    • Fax: (801) 538-9440
      Immunization Record Release

It’s still unclear whether individuals will be required to carry their vaccination cards with them. Governor Cox has said vaccination passports will not be required on state college campuses or for entering state buildings. He said it would be left up to private businesses whether to require proof of vaccination or not.

Get more information on the COVID-19 vaccine on our vaccine information page.

Information for this post was taken from the state’s immunization website, more information on requesting proof of vaccination can be found at