If you have lost your COVID-19 vaccination card, the Centers for Disease Control and Texas Department of State Health Services recommend you should first contact the provider who gave you the shot or try contacting your primary care physician.
If you visited a temporary vaccination hub you can check with the county where you received the vaccination.
Dallas County is working on a tool to allow people to download their vaccination record directly.
In the meantime, email
firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and date of birth and ask for assistance in getting a replacement card or vaccination record.
You can request a replacement card in Tarrant County at the Tarrant County Public Health office at 1101 S Main Street in Fort Worth.
There is a $9 charge for a replacement card (only cash or check are accepted).
If you received your vaccine through Curative Medication Associates, there are limited vaccination cards available. Curative can email a record of the vaccination.
You can reach the Curative Medical Associates Helpdesk by email: Support@curative.com or phone 1-888-702-9042.
If you lose a vaccine card between your first and second doses, you can ask for a new card at your second dose.
If you lose the card after your second dose, you can call the Denton County Public Health Center and you can receive a replacement card via mail or they will hold one for pick up at no charge. You can reach Denton County Public Health at 940-349-2585.