Be sure you've got it figured out.
If you received the COVID-19 vaccine in Alberta and are trying to figure out how to prove it to businesses and venues, there are a few ways you can do it.
The province's MyHealth Records app can be downloaded to your phone to show your vaccination status when required for things like dining, entertainment and recreation. It can also be used to store other health information, like lab results or medications, so you'll always have the info readily available.
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Those who don't plan to use the app can also show proof of vaccination through the paperwork provided to them when they were given the vaccine by Alberta Health Services or their pharmacy.
Several Alberta businesses and venues will be requiring proof of vaccination, including the Scotiabank Saddledome and McMahon Stadium.
B.C. announced on Monday, August 23 that the province will start using vaccine cards on September 13, and that there will be no exemptions allowed.
As of Monday, August 23, there were 7,931 active COVID-19 cases reported in Alberta.
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