Starting Sept. 21, and over the following days, Albertans will be able to visit a local registry agent to request a printed version of their vaccination card at no cost. They will need to provide the month and year of any dose of vaccination, their Alberta Personal Health Number and their date of birth.
A printed version of the card will make it easier for Albertans to show their vaccination status to businesses checking patrons for government-issued proof of vaccination under the Restrictions Exemption Program. Albertans seeking a printed version from a registry agent should contact their registry agent first to confirm the service is available.
Also – Starting on Sept. 19, Albertans can access a convenient card-sized proof of vaccination easily and quickly on alberta.ca/CovidRecords without creating an online account. Albertans should have immediate access with no or minimal online wait time. The COVIDRecords website does not require signing up for My Alberta Digital ID or MyHealth Records.