Immunisation history statement as proof

Use your immunisation history statement to show proof of your COVID-19 vaccinations.

Your immunisation history statement shows all vaccinations you’ve had that are recorded on the AIR. This includes your COVID-19 vaccinations and booster doses. Visit the Department of Health and Aged Care website for advice on COVID-19 boosters.

You can get a copy of your statement online at any time. Don’t forget to save your copy. If you're using the Express Plus Medicare mobile app, you can save it to your offline files in the app.

Remember, you can print your own immunisation history statement when you download your proof online. You don't need to call for a copy.

If your COVID-19 vaccination information is incorrect you need to ask your vaccination provider to update the AIR. They can usually correct entries on your record for information that’s missing or needs updating for any of these:

  • number of doses
  • dates of vaccination
  • vaccine brand.

If your COVID-19 vaccinations aren’t showing after 10 days, or can’t be updated by the provider, call the Australian Immunisation Register.

You can get your immunisation history statement using Medicare or the Individual Healthcare Identifier service through myGov. Read more about how to get proof of your vaccination.

If you’ve had mixed doses of approved or recognised vaccines, you can use your immunisation history statement or COVID-19 digital certificate as proof.

If you were vaccinated overseas, find out how to have it recorded on the AIR.

Page last updated: 7 July 2022