Proof of vaccination in New York

Proof of Vaccination In New York

If you need to show proof of vaccination in New York, you can find out here how to do this. When proof of vaccination is asked, you must be able to demonstrate that you have been vaccinated with a WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccine.

You will find everything about the vaccination certificate rules IN New York here. If you are looking for rules about traveling TO New York, click here.


How can you show proof of vaccination in New York?

You can show proof of vaccination at the door or when asked. You can demonstrate this digitally or on paper. It doesn’t matter how you show it, as long as the proof is issued by an official body. The International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate is accepted. You can also request a print certificate to be posted to you. Always check with your airline what proof of vaccination they accept. Your full name, date of birth, type of vaccine, date and country of vaccination must be on the documentation. It is also important that you always bring an ID with you that corresponds to the information on the vaccination certificate.

When are you fully vaccinated?

According to the United States, you are fully vaccinated 2 weeks after your second dose of the Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Covishield, BIBP/Sinopharm, Novavax or Sinovac vaccine, after the single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, or after any “mix-and-match” combination.

Kids in New York

Just like adults, children 17 years or younger do not need to be vaccinated to travel to the United States. IN New York, proof of vaccination is no longer necessary.

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