California Department of Public Health digital COVID-19 vaccine records
Beware of vaccine record scams.
The record can be saved in Google Pay on an Android phone or in the Apple Health app on an iPhone.
There are several types of vaccination record:
*You can show the card, a photo of the card as a separate document, or a photo of the card stored on a phone or electronic device.
Your paper or digital COVID-19 vaccination record should be available at no cost.
For more information, see the CDPH Vaccine Record Guidelines & Standards. Businesses can use this guide to verify proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
The record should include your name, the date(s) that you were vaccinated, and the type of vaccine that you received. To prove that you have been vaccinated, you must show a photo ID in addition to your vaccination record.
You are considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19 two weeks after:
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health partnered with Healthvana in December of 2020 to December 2021 to provide digital vaccination records to people who received vaccinations within Los Angeles County. While existing Healthvana records remain valid, vaccine doses, including boosters, that were given after 12/05/21 will not be included in Healthvana records. Individuals who were vaccinated after 12/05/21 will need to obtain their complete digital vaccination record from the State.
Carbon Health healthpass, VaxYes, CLEAR Health Pass, and Common Pass are other forms of digital vaccination records that can be used as proof of vaccination in Los Angeles County.
Vaccine passport scams are being used to steal people’s money or identity!
Right now, there are no plans to create a national COVID-19 vaccine verification app, certificate or passport.
To stay ahead of scammers:
Fake vaccination cards are illegal!
To report a fake vaccination card or other COVID-19 scam, contact: