Planning to go out? Avoid surprises by preparing your proof of vaccination through these tips

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What can be the best way to present a COVID-19 vaccination proof amid the growing number of places requiring it for entry?

In California, you can have multiple options, according to a report by KRON4.

You can always bring with you a laminated copy of the CDC vaccine card provided for you on the time you got your shot. You may also opt to save a photo of the original card and store it on your mobile phone.

Originals or copies, however, are not accepted in some places.

If they require you of a digital certificate, you can go to the state of California’s Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record page. With this site, you can input your personal information like your name and birthday. Then, you will be led to a  QR code as well as your vaccination digital copy. You may store this proof on your phone through taking a photo of it.

Still, there are some places that will ask for particular vaccine confirmation using a particular application.

A Bill Graham Civic Auditorium show, for one, requires you to secure the Clear up, which can prepare a health pass for you in order to access a specific show. The said app will present if you got your vaccination or have undergone virus testing within the last two days.

You can also make a digital vaccine card with the help of some apps including the VaxYes app, the Airside Digital Identity app, as well as the Common Pass app.

But to make sure that you are informed to know what is required is to check first with the restaurant or any entertainment venues you wish to visit. With this, you will not be caught unprepared.

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