iPhone users can now add vaccine records to Apple Health, see step-by-step guide | Tech News


New Delhi: iPhone users can save their COVID-19 vaccination card in Apple Wallet and use it to confirm that they have been fully vaccinated. According to a report, customers and visitors must also demonstrate that they are up to date on their doses, although these criteria only apply to staff in special cases.

It is also more important than ever to check your vaccination status if you are going abroad. The printed record, on the other hand, does not need to be kept in your wallet or purse: you can immediately store your vaccination record on your phone to prevent it from being destroyed or lost.

If you have an iPhone, you can keep your COVID-19 vaccination card in Apple Wallet and use it whenever you need to show that you’ve been fully vaccinated. (You can also back up your data through the Health app.) Now you can keep your Apple Watch Card handy with the WatchOS 8.1 update.

Here’s how to put your Covid vaccination card in your Apple Wallet on your iPhone.

Step 1: Ask your vaccine provider for a downloaded file or QR code of your proof of vaccination. This is simply obtained from your vaccination centre.

Step 2: If you have a QR code, open your iPhone’s camera app and hover over the code. Just use your iPhone’s camera to scan the QR code.

Step 3: A health app notice will show on your screen once your phone detects the code. Then tap “Add to Wallet & Health” and choose “Add to Wallet & Health”.

Step 4: Now tap on the “Done” button to save the information to your Apple Wallet on your iPhone.

Step 5: Tap the download link if you have a downloadable file or link for your Covid-19 vaccination record.

Step 6: Finally, tap “Add to Wallet & Health” to store the information in your iPhone’s Apple Wallet. Note that before you start, make sure your iPhone is running the latest recent version of iOS i.e. iOS 15.1.


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