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How to get your COVID-19 vaccine records online

Find out how to get a copy of your VA COVID-19 vaccine records through the My HealtheVet website or on your mobile device. You can also use your Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccination card—or a photo of the card—as proof of vaccination.

Get your records from My HealtheVet with a Premium account 

If you have a Premium My HealtheVet account, you can download a copy of your vaccine records through My HealtheVet. This option works best on a desktop or laptop.

  1. Sign in to My HealtheVet with your Premium account.

  2. Click on Health Records.

  3. Click on either VA Blue Button Report or VA Health Summary. You can choose either or both.

  4. Download your information.

    • For VA Blue Button: Select a date range to include in your report. For the type of information, select VA Immunizations. Your report will list each dose of your COVID-19 vaccine separately. 
      After you submit your request, you’ll get links to a PDF and a plain text version of your report to download. 
    • For VA Health Summary: To get started, select Immunizations from the table of contents. You can’t edit the date range or type of vaccine information you want to include in the report. Your report will list all your VA immunizations.
      After you submit your request, you’ll get links to a PDF and an XML version of your report to download. An XML file can be read by computers. 

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Get your records on your mobile device with a connected app 

With an online account, you can connect your VA health records to a non-VA (or third-party) health app. Then you can get and share your vaccine records from the connected app on your mobile device. 

Follow these steps to connect your records to an app:

  1. Find the app you want to use, like Apple Health for iPhone or CommonHealth for Android. Some apps, like Apple Health, might already be installed on your device. You can find others in your device’s app store. 

  2.  When the app prompts you to connect your VA account, it will ask you to sign in.

  3. Sign in with your premium DS Logon, premium My HealtheVet, or verified ID.me account. If you don’t have one of these accounts, you can create a verified ID.me account now. 

  4. Review the information the app is asking to access. If you’re comfortable sharing that information, allow access.

Find out what to do if you have trouble with the app
  • If you have trouble connecting the app: Contact the app’s support for help. 
  • If you have trouble signing in to your VA account: Read our frequently asked questions about signing in to VA.gov
  • If your health records are missing: It can take up to 36 hours for new health records to appear. This gives your health care provider time to discuss results with you first. If it’s been more than 3 days since your last appointment, or if you need your information sooner, contact your VA health care team.
  • If your information isn’t accurate: Call our MyVA411 main information line at 800-698-2411 (TTY: 711). Or ask a staff member at a VA health facility near you for help. 
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  • If you get an “unreadable data” message: This means the connected app has access to your information but doesn’t use it in its interface. This is nothing to worry about. If you have questions about this, send feedback directly to the app.
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