DOJ To Assign COVID-19 Vaccine Cards, Registry
The Department of Justice released its first images of COVID-19 vaccine cards. The hope is to help bolster confidence that our nation is making progress against deadly COVID-19.
U.S. Health officials intend to give everyone who gets a COVID-19 vaccine a card, plus, add them to a vaccine registry. The cards will display when you got your first shot and when your second COVID-19 shot is due.
Vaccine clinics will report vaccine statuses to the state, where that info will be stored in a vaccine registry.
Its unclear if airlines, concerts, sports venues, or stores will use them to verify your vaccine status.
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