Your COVID-19 digital certificate
See Services Australia for full instructions on how to get proof of your COVID-19 vaccinations.
You can see it in your Medicare account through:
You will need to link your myGov account to Medicare.
You can also see your digital certificate in My Health Record. If you havent logged into your record yet, you will need to link your myGov account to My Health Record.
You can save your digital certificate to your Apple Wallet or Google Pay if this option suits you.
If your information is missing or wrong
It may take up to 10 days for the certificate to show in your account.
If you can't find it there, your vaccination provider can print your immunisation history statement for you.
You can also call the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) and ask them to send your statement to you.
If your information is wrong, ask your vaccination provider to correct it with the AIR.
If you don't have a Medicare card
You can still get proof that you are vaccinated, even if you don't have a Medicare card.
See Services Australia for details on how to get proof through the individual healthcare identifiers service. Services Australia provides this information in many community languages.
If you were vaccinated overseas
If you receive a TGA-approved COVID-19 vaccine overseas, you can register your vaccination on the AIR when you return to Australia.
See Services Australia for more on how to register overseas vaccinations.
See Smartraveller for advice on travel and COVID-19 vaccines.
Resources for businesses and communities
Services Australia have created digital and printed vaccination proof resources for business and community organisations.
These resources support communication with customers and community members, and include:
- social media items
- fact sheets
- translated materials.
There are specific resources for CALD and Indigenous communities, as well as community groups.
Doctors, health professionals, practice staff and pharmacy assistants can also order printed copies of a flyer and poster on getting proof of COVID-19 vaccinations.