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Immunization record submission

Learn about how and when to submit an immunization record.

Submitting an immunization record

Any Albertan can submit immunization records, including out of province/country records, on behalf of themselves or their child/youth under 18 years.

Please only submit immunization records if you or your child meets one or more of the following criteria:

  1. children from birth up to and including Grade 9
  2. have a booked appointment with Public Health
  3. out of Province/Country COVID-19 immunization records
  4. whose immunization record(s) have been requested by Public Health

Your official immunization record is required for upload. The uploaded records MUST contain first name, last name, date of birth, vaccine name(s) and date of immunization(s).

For COVID-19 immunization records, please submit your digital record including the QR code if available.

Immunized in Alberta

If you have been recently immunized in Alberta through an AHS clinic, pharmacy, or physician office, you DO NOT need to upload any immunization records.

All immunizations administered in Alberta will be updated on your MyHealth Records account within 2-3 weeks following your immunization.

If your Alberta administered routine immunization is not showing in MyHealth Records, please contact your immunization provider or MyHealth Records Help.

For missing COVID-19 immunization records please contact the COVID Records Helpdesk.


If you have questions about the type of vaccines you’ve received, please call Health Link at 811 or visit Immunization and vaccines.

If you are unable to access the online form, a copy of your immunization record can also be brought to an AHS Public Health Clinic.

Current as of: May 2, 2023
Author: Alberta Health Services
Our work takes place on historical and contemporary Indigenous lands, including the territories of Treaty 6, Treaty 7 & Treaty 8 and the homeland of the Métis Nation of Alberta and 8 Métis Settlements. We also acknowledge the many Indigenous communities that have been forged in urban centres across Alberta.