If you need a replacement copy of your COVID-19 vaccination card, Maryland MyIR is a free online service where consumers can view and print copies of their official vaccination records directly from ImmuNet, Maryland's secure immunization information system. Register for a MyIR account to access your records.

Visit MyIR for Replacement Vaccination Cards

If you think your vaccination records are incorrect, contact your healthcare provider. Please note that you will need to type in your name exactly as you did when you received your COVID-19 vaccine(s). Any inconsistency may result in the system being unable to retrieve your vaccination record.

About Your Vaccine Card

  • If you need an additional dose of the COVID vaccine or a booster shot, bring your COVID-19 vaccination card with you to your appointment so the information can be recorded.
  • Do not carry your vaccine card with you on a daily basis. Instead, keep your vaccine card in a secure location. Use your smartphone to take a picture of your card so that you always have a record of it with you.
  • It is not recommended to laminate your vaccination card. If your vaccine information is recorded on the card using a printed label, laminating the card could burn the label, making it impossible to read. Also, as the research on COVID immunity becomes clearer, you may require a booster shot in the future, which will need to be recorded on the card. The best way to protect your vaccine card is by keeping it in a secure location. The CDC also recommends that you make a backup copy by taking a photo of the card.
  • Protect yourself from scammers. There has been a lot of misinformation spread about COVID-19 and the vaccines, leaving the door open for scammers to take advantage of vulnerable people. Be aware when receiving any unexpected phone calls, e-mails or text messages. Do not click on links from unknown senders, answer questions about your personal medical history or provide financial information.

Maryland MyIR Partnership

Maryland MyIR was developed through a partnership between Maryland Department of Health and Scientific Technologies Corporation, with support from the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Updated 12/17/2021


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