Replacing Your Vaccination Card/Documentation

Updated 8/15/2022

There are a number of ways you can replace your vaccine card. The options below can help you replace lost or damaged vaccination cards/documentation.

Return to the provider who administered your vaccine:

The medical provider who administered your COVID-19 vaccine will be able to provide a record of your COVID-19 vaccine. If you are fully vaccinated and received your first and second dose from different providers, you can speak to your primary care physician or utilize Alert IIS, detailed below.

Request a copy of your record from your primary care physician:

Your primary care physician will have access to your vaccination records and will be able to provide you with replacement documentation.​

 Request a copy yourself using the Alert IIS website:

If you received your second dose at a different location from your first, you should contact your primary care provider or utilize Alert IIS to receive replacement documentation.

The public can also call 211 for further information and assistance in other languages.

My Electronic Vaccine Card

Oregon has created a new way to easily access and share your COVID-19 vaccination record electronically. Your name, date of birth, and manufacturer information of your COVID-19 doses will be displayed, along with a QR code that can be scanned. This is the same information that is given on your physical COVID-19 card, and can be used as proof of vaccination where that proof is requested.

To access your electronic vaccine card, first visit “myelectronicvaccinecard.oregon.gov”. You will be asked for your name, date of birth, and either your mobile phone number or your email. This information is used to check Oregon’s electronic vaccination database (ALERT IIS) and to access your record.

“My Electronic Vaccine Card'' is an optional way to access your vaccination record, and is not mandatory to use. Other than your name, birthday, and vaccination record, no personal information is shared, and you control who your record is shared with. For more information or technical assistance, please visit the My Electronic Vaccine Card FAQ, or call 211 or 866-698-6155.