Massachusetts residents now have a new way to access their COVID-19 digital vaccine card and vaccination history. The new tool allows people who were vaccinated in Mass. to access their own vaccination history and generate a digital COVID-19 vaccine card.
How It Works: The new tool is easy to use: a person enters their name, date of birth, and mobile phone number or email associated with their vaccine record. After creating a 4-digit PIN, the user receives a link to their vaccine record that will open upon re-entry of the PIN.
The electronic record shows the same information as a paper CDC vaccine card: name, date of birth, date of vaccinations, and vaccine manufacturer. It also includes a QR code that makes these same details readable by a QR scanner, including smartphone apps. Once the SMART Health Card is received, users are able to save the QR code to their phone, such as the Apple Wallet, screenshot the information and save it to their phone’s photos, or print out a copy for a paper record. The system follows national standards for security and privacy, according to a press release issued by the Governor’s Press Office.
Learn more: https://www.mass.gov/massachusetts-vaccination-records