My Electronic Vaccine Card

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As of May 11, 2023,  people in Oregon will no longer be able to update their digital COVID-19 vaccination record. People will be able to use the e-card as proof of their COVID-19 vaccinations indefinitely. 

Other ways to prove your COVID-19 vaccination include the original white CDC record card (or photo of card) or your immunization record form your health care provider. You can also request your immunization record or get help updating your digital vaccine record by contacting OHA's ALERT Immunization Information System at 800-980-9431 or email 

What is the Electronic Vaccine Card?

An electronic vaccine card is like your paper vaccine card. It contains the same information. However, it shows your vaccination data as a QR (quick response) code on your smartphone. The data comes from Oregon’s vaccination system. When you show someone your QR code, they can scan it. They will then only see the following:

  • Your name
  • Date of birth
  • Vaccination dates, and
  • Type of vaccine you received.

The QR code shows as an official card from the state.

What will it show?

It is proof of COVID-19 vaccinations you’ve received in Oregon at the time you requested for the electronic vaccine card. It will not list vaccinations you got:

  • Outside of Oregon, or
  • After you requested for the electronic vaccine card.

It is one of several options to share your COVID-19 vaccination status. You do not have to get an electronic vaccine card. The state has no plans to implement a mandatory passport system.

What Languages are Available?

  • English
  • Arabic
  • Chuukese
  • Hmong
  • Korean
  • Marshallese
  • Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Simplified Chinese
  • Somali
  • Spanish
  • Traditional Chinese
  • Vietnamese

If you have additional questions, see this page. If you still need assistance, please call 211.