I lost my vaccine card or need to obtain my vaccination records. What should I do?

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is not issuing replacement CDC cards at this time, but you can obtain your records from the Minnesota Immunization Information Connection (MIIC) in a variety of ways listed below. Your MIIC record will have the same information as your CDC vaccination card. MIIC is an immunization information system (IIS) that combines a person's immunizations into a single record, even if they were given by different health care providers in the state.

Option 1) Use the Docket App
Minnesotans can now easily access their MIIC immunization record through their smartphones or other mobile devices by using an MDH-approved app called Docket. Docket also allows you to conveniently export a PDF with your records and email it to yourself. To get started, download the free app by searching "Docket" in your app store. 

Option 2) Submit a MIIC Request
MDH is experiencing a high volume of requests, so you will likely experience delays. Using the Docket app instead is highly recommended. Once you submit a MIIC request, MDH will send records to you within 21 business days. A parent or legal guardian can request records for children under 18. Individuals over 18 must request their own record. You cannot request a record for your spouse/partner. 

Option 3) Call Our Hotline - For Scott County clients only
If you were vaccinated by Scott County Public Health and have questions about your COVID-19 vaccination record, please contact the Hotline. Please note that we cannot search for your records if you were vaccinated by other providers. 

Last Reviewed: 10/25/21

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