COVID-19 Vaccination Card
As a follow-up to the COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate article, we are now proud to present you the COVID-19 Vaccination Card. As you can clearly notice, this version includes 5 mentions of higher authorities:
- UAE Ministry of Health & Prevention
- Government of Dubai
- Dubai Health Authority
- Abu Dhabi Public Health Center
- UAE Deparment of Health
Continue reading to know more about it:
Where do i get it ?
Simply visit the ADNOC Hall – Yas Social Center. Saturday to Thursday 9:00am to 8:00pm. Friday 12:00 noon to 8:00pm.
Of course, this implies that you have taken at least one dose at the Ruwais Hospital or at the Yas Social Vaccination Center.
What is on the COVID-19 Vaccination Card back side ?
Depending on who provides the Vaccination service, they will mention your details (through a sticker) and their own details of identification.
By default, Ruwais residents COVID-19 Vaccination Card will feature the hospital records sticker and the health care provider: Ruwais Hospital.
What is the practical use ?
This can be used to access your company’s premises. Unless you have other protocols in place or you have already added a Vaccinated sticker on your employee badge.
Along with recent PCR test results, this card may also be presented at the UAE airport checkpoints, but it is not currently recognised officially.
How else can i confirm my COVID-19 Vaccination ?
Your vaccination status can be confirmed through the Al Hosn app, in 4 weeks after your 2nd dose administration.
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There is a growing trend in the world now of people taking pictures of their Vaccination Cards and posting them to Social Media to “humblebrag” that they received their shot. I read an article yesterday explaining why this is a bad idea — there is a lot of personal info on those cards – Name, date of birth, where you got the shot, which shot you received, etc. That information can easily be taken by unscrupulous persons and illegally duplicated and sold to people who have NOT been vaccinated, and it’s also a way to steal your identity. So, heed that warning and pass that info on to your loved ones — especially the. younger generation who feel the need to put everything they do up on the internet!!
Thank you for your feedback Mary Beth.
Kindly note that the primary intention of the article is to increase the awareness of the vaccination card existence and it’s updated version.
Also, please review the attached pictures to see that some elements have been edited out to protect the identity and privacy (be it last name, dob, phone #, E id #, hospital records #, vaccine lot #, etc).
However, as i have mentioned in the article, the card is not currently officially recognised => duplicating it won’t have any effect.
I have been vaccinated and can not find my vaccination card. How can i get a replacement card?
Revisit the clinic where you received your doses or check your status on Al Hosn app