iPhone users now have the ability to add vaccine records into Apple Health. Here's a guide.

As the highly transmissible Omicron strain spreads quickly, businesses, schools, and government agencies across the country are seeking confirmation that they have received complete vaccinations.

While these requirements are not applicable to staff, visitors and customers must also show that they have the correct dosages. It’s even more important to check your immunization status if you travel overseas.

The printed record doesn’t have to be kept in your purse or wallet. You can save your immunization card quickly on your smartphone to prevent it from being lost or destroyed.

You can store your COVID-19 immunization cards in Apple Wallet. This card can be used to prove you are fully vaccinated if you have an iPhone. You can also save a backup to the Health app. You can keep your Apple Watch card handy with the WatchOS8.1 upgrade.

You can also save the photo in a note app, a folder, or somewhere else easy to remember by making it a favorite. You should ensure that you are in a well-lit area and that all dates and other information on the card can be read. You can place the card on a dark surface, and try to get rid of shadows from your phone or arms.

How to insert your Covid vaccination card into your Apple Wallet.

Step 1: Request a PDF file or a QR code from your vaccine provider. This can be obtained at your immunization center.

Step 2: Open your iPhone’s camera app, and hover the QR code over it. To scan the QR code, simply use your iPhone’s camera.

Step 3: After your phone has detected the code, a health app notice will appear on your screen. Next, press “Add To Wallet & Health”, and then choose “Add To Wallet & Health.”

Step 4: Next, tap the ‘Done” button to save your information to your Apple Wallet.

Step 5: Click on the Download Link if you have a file to download or a link to your Covid-19 vaccination record.

Step 6: Next, tap Add to Wallet & health’ to save the information to your iPhone’s Apple wallet.

It is also important to remember that you must ensure your iPhone has iOS 15.1 installed before you can proceed with the above procedures.