Americans can safely say goodbye to “COVID-19 vaccination cards” as they are officially being phased out.
The CDC will no longer print the cards and they will no longer be distributed by the federal government.
Many clinics, pharmacies, and health departments have kept records on who received the vaccine. (Trending: Renown Doctor Obliterates COVID Vaccine)
Simultaneously, critics have argued that the COVID-19 vaccine has low efficacy.
Moreover, the CDC appears to suggest Americans must receive an endless string of “booster” COVID-19 vaccine injections.
The federal government shipped more than 980 million cards since late 2020.
“One of the positives (during the pandemic) was having increased autonomy on your patient record, especially the immunization record,” said Jeff Chorath, who manages the immunization information system in Washington state. (Trending: Democrats Prioritize Illegals Over U.S. Military Veterans)
Wyoming Department of Health nurse consultant Heidi Gurov said, “It’s always good to keep those in a safe spot.”
Four million people in the U.S. have received the latest COVID-19 vaccine.
A total of 10 million doses have been shipped to providers.