Minnesota Department of Health Announces Immunization Record App

The Minnesota Section of Well being introduced that Minnesotans with Minnesota Immunization Information Join (MIIC) can now accessibility their complete immunization information on their smartphone or other cell device via a absolutely free app referred to as Docket. 

Docket allows MIIC documents, which blend just about every immunization an personal has experienced into a person single file, to be viewed and shared securely. This contains new Covid-19 vaccination information. Docket presents the benefit of permitting people today know which vaccines they are due for and may possibly have to have in the long term. 

In accordance to MDH, there is been an uptick in the range of Minnesotans trying to get out accessible immunization documents. So considerably MDH has gained 19,000 requests due to the fact July 1 and in excess of 33,000 full requests for immunization documents in 2021, in contrast to roughly 12,000 requests in 2020 and 13,000 in 2019. 

MDH Infectious Illness Division Director Kris Ehresmann describes it has been tough to hold up with the quantity of requests with some requests having weeks as a substitute of times ahead of Minnesotans can get their documents. 

Docket serves as a way to minimize this stress. The MDH emphasizes the great importance of acquiring obtainable, protected ways for people to accessibility their documents, specially for younger kids needing documents for school or daycare. 

For those people who have to have to obtain their immunization information who do not have a smartphone or do not want to use the app, requests can still be created by way of the MDH or their wellness treatment supplier. 

Docket is obtainable for download in Apple and Android application merchants.