Here's How To Download Your 'Proof Of Vaccination' In Quebec If You Haven't Gotten It Yet

But it only works if your parents are registered with RAMQ.
Staff Writer

A new portal where Quebecers can download their own "proof of vaccination" went live on Wednesday morning, Health Minister Christian Dubé announced on Twitter.

The portal allows those who didn't receive a QR code proof in their email to retrieve it online, Dubé said.

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According to the government website, the portal will prompt Quebecers to submit their first and last name, birthdate, the date of their first vaccine dose, the name of the vaccine they received, and their health insurance number.

The government notes, however, that the service will only work for people whose parents are registered with RAMQ.

There's an option to mark one parent as "unknown." 

"Work is ongoing to make an electronic proof of vaccination available to the entire vaccinated population," it says.

Moreover, people under 14 won't be able to download theirs. 

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