Misplaced your COVID-19 vaccine card? RIDOH lets you print new one

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You may be jubilant after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine — but don’t post your vaccination card on social media sites. (File/Getty)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — The R.I. Department of Health has launched a portal to help Rhode Islanders print a new copy of their COVID-19 vaccine card.

The Health Department said vaccine cards are the best proof right now that a person has to show they are fully vaccinated.

Unlike some other states, Rhode Island does not currently require so-called “vaccine passports,” but some businesses and services may still require proof.

Health officials suggest keeping the original card in a safe place, then make a copy or take a photo of it so you can have it with you at all times.

If you need help printing a vaccine card, call (401) 222-8022.

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