Today’s Helpful Hint

No one is creating an official vaccine passport, but you can!

How to Carry Your Vaccination Card on Your Phone

I’m keeping my original paper copy safe in the house but keeping this digital version with me. There are just a few places in my ‘hood that require proof of vaccination and I want to have that with me.

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5 Responses to Today’s Helpful Hint

  1. Way back at the end of January when I got my first shot (being in a combo health care / education environment got me into early B group) one of the directions they gave us was while we were waiting the mandated 15 minutes, take a photo of the card with your phone, on both shots for a record so you have it if you lose or misplace the card.

    Additional hint for iPhone peeps: The Notes app is a LOT more capapble than most folks think; you can scan documents with it. This is better than a photo, it does a bunch of clean up to make things more readable:

    https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT210336

    This results in a nice, clean easy-to-read copy on your phone. Pin it to the top of your notes and it’s always just a tap away.

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    • purplehead says:

      Thank you, BDR. It works great on my iPod Touch, too (which is just an iPhone without the phone app).

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  2. GranDude says:

    My wife is smart like you. By the transitive property of marriage, I am too. She did it for me.

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  3. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    NY State implemented an ‘Excelsior Pass’ e-file you can download onto your smartphone ‘wallet’. I downloaded that thing ASAP, then walked through doing it was a few of my friends.

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