North Shore Health Department Highlights 07/20/2021 VACCINATION RECORDS: DO YOU KNOW HOW TO ACCESS YOUR VACCINATION RECORD? COVID-19 vaccination cards contain the information needed to provide proof of vaccination. If the card is lost or additional vaccine history access is needed, the Wisconsin Immunization Registry, or WIR, is an alternative solution. Vaccination card: Your vaccination card has information on when and where you received your vaccine as well as other helpful information related to the COVID-19 vaccine. Keep your card in a safe place! Take picture of your card with your phone so you always have the information with you. When taking pictures or posting selfies about getting your COVID-19 vaccine, do not post photos of your vaccination card online to protect your health information. Do not laminate your vaccination card. You may also visit the Wisconsin Immunization Registry, Public Immunization Record Access webpage for a copy of your complete vaccine record. If you lose your COVID-19 vaccination card: The Department of Health Services (DHS) cannot issue replacement COVID-19 vaccination cards. To access vaccine information: Vaccinated in Wisconsin: If you received your vaccination in Wisconsin, access your entire vaccination record using the Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR). If you have a social security number, Medicaid ID, or Health Care Member ID, you can access your record through the Public Immunization Record Access webpage If you do not have one of these numbers, you can access your record one of two ways: Option 1: Fill out the Wisconsin Immunization Registry Record Release Authorization, F-02487 and have your records sent to you. Option 2: Ask the organization that vaccinated you to assign you a chart number in WIR. The chart number field is linked to the Health Care Member ID. Then, visit the Public Immunization Record Access webpage and enter the chart number assigned to you in the Health Care Member ID field. Vaccinated out of state: If you received your vaccination in another state, visit that state’s department of health website to search their vaccine registry. Missed the highlights? Click here to view previous highlights.