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While plans to establish standardized vaccination proof are still being developed, many are holding to their Covid-19 vaccine cards as a potential form of social currency.
While the CDC itself doesn't have vaccination record information, providers are required to report vaccinations to their state's respective IIS or registry. Contact your state's listed phone number or email address to access your record and get your new card.
Some worry that getting their vaccine cards laminated will cause trouble in the future if Covid-19 vaccine booster shots are needed. Still, Wen says don't worry. "If you do end up getting a booster after, you can always get a different card," she said. "I wouldn't let that be a deterrent." Ultimately, the thing that trumps all is proof -- laminated or not. "Lamination isn't necessary if you follow all the other steps above, too," Wen said. "The key is to have proof of vaccination easily accessible." As long as you have your card, you're in a good place. Just remember not to share it on social media.
originally posted by: rickymouse
Within a few years, most people who got the vaccine will have started to evolve into the Greys. In two hundred years they will discover how to do time travel and some of them are coming back to convert us all into aliens.
originally posted by: VictorVonDoom
This sucks. I still have a lot of anti-social currency saved up.
You know, when most people have gotten the vaccine(s), maybe it would be easier to just identify the people who haven't gotten the shots. Maybe something they could wear on their clothes. Like a yellow star or something. That way, businesses would know who to discriminate against.
As long as you have your card, you're in a good place. Just remember not to share it on social media.