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    Get Vaccinated and Get Proof

    Ready to dine out, travel, hit the ballpark or go to a concert? Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required for many of these activities. We've made it easy to access and store your vaccination record on your phone, so you can get back to life with ease.

    You can access your information a few different ways:

    CLEAR’s Digital Vaccine Card

    We’ve partnered with CLEAR so you can easily create a digital vaccine card. CLEAR helps you keep your vaccine info safe and makes it easy to show on your phone whenever you need it.

    Rite Aid Account

    Login to your Rite Aid account and get a printout of a copy of your vaccination records.

    State Immunization Registry

    States keep immunization registries and some even provide a digital copy of your immunization record.

    Looking for your CLEAR invite?

    If you received a COVID-19 vaccination at Rite Aid, you should have received an email or text message invite to access your unique Smart QR Code. If you haven't received it or can't find it, lookup your details to generate a new invite.

    How doeswork?

    1. 1Book your COVID-19 vaccination at Rite Aid
    2. 2You'll get an email or SMS after you've completed your vaccination
    3. 3

      Download the free CLEAR app and tap the  blue digital vaccine card on the home screen

       

    4. 4

      Create a CLEAR account and follow instructions to scan your  SMART QR Code . Rite Aid You can also take a screenshot of your QR code to easily upload.

       

    5. 5Access your digital vaccine card in the CLEAR app whenever you need to show proof of vaccination!

     

     

    Frequently Asked Questions

     

     

    General

    After your vaccination you received a physical card, known as a Vaccination Record (VAR). This card will verify that you have received your COVID-19 vaccination, but it’s important to keep it in a safe, secure location. Digital proof of vaccination is a verified record from your vaccine provider (in this case Rite Aid) that can be downloaded to your phone or other device and act as a backup and a more accessible version of your VAR that you can take on the go. 

    There are still options to get your digital proof: 

    1.  CLEAR: 
      1.  Find out if your other vaccine provider has partnered with CLEAR.
      2.  If they’ve partnered with CLEAR, follow your provider’s instructions to add your digital proof in the CLEAR app.
      3.  Scan your CDC vaccination card into the app.
    2.  State Registries: states keep immunization registries and some even provide a digital copy of your immunization record. Find out how to access your proof from your state here.

    3.  Your provider: Reach out to your vaccine provider (your doctor, a state or local clinic or wherever you received your shot(s)) to see what options they have for digital proof of vaccination.

    4.  

    If you received any dose of the COVID-19 vaccine  at Rite Aid, then you are eligible to have your verified information added to your CLEAR account.

     

    If you only received one dose of a 2-dose vaccine (Moderna or Pfizer) at Rite Aid, you’ll be invited to add your single dose information into the CLEAR app. Then, you can add your additional dose information from another provider when linking your vaccination information . As long as CLEAR supports both providers and they’re listed in the app, you will be able to link with both providers. If CLEAR does not support both providers, you will need to upload an image of your VAR.

    If you still need to get your 2nd dose, schedule an appointment or walk in to any Rite Aid today.

     

    If you were vaccinated at Rite Aid (for any dose) but have not received an email or SMS text message with your unique link, you can request it here.

    Customers who received their COVID-19 doses at two different Rite Aid stores, will receive a separate unique link from each store to generate two separate SMART QR codes.  Download the CLEAR app, scan the first Smart QR Code to add your first card, then select “Add Another Provider” then follow the same process for the second Smart QR code to add it to your CLEAR account.

    Customers who received their COVID-19 doses at two different Rite Aid stores will receive a separate unique link from each store to generate two separate SMART QR codes.  Download the CLEAR app, scan the first Smart QR Code to add your first card, then select “Add Another Provider” then follow the same process for the second Smart QR code to add it to your CLEAR account.

    CLEAR

    CLEAR is a secure identity platform and app that allows customers to secure and store important information (including health information) while you’re on the go.

    Creating a digital vaccine card with CLEAR is easy, secure, and just takes minutes.

    1. Download the free CLEAR app and tap on the blue “digital vaccine card” tile.
    2. Create an account by uploading a government-issued ID and snapping a quick selfie to confirm you are you.
    3. Tap “Rite Aid” and follow instructions.
    4. Once the SMART QR code is scanned, your verified digital vaccine card has been created.

    1. From the parent or guardian's account within the CLEAR app, tap on "Profile"
    2. Tap on "Account"
    3. Select "Minor Accounts"
    4. Enter the minor's name, date of birth, email address
    5. Take a photo of the minor's face
    6. CLEAR then confirms enrollment and asks parent/guardian to share link to the CLEAR app with their minor dependent
    7. Minor dependent can download the app and login using the details their parent/guardian set up
    8. Parent/guardian and/or minor can add the vaccine record to their app

    It’s free to sign-up for a CLEAR account and add your digital proof of vaccination. There are paid membership options available within the CLEAR app to speed through airport security, but there is no charge to create a digital vaccine card for your proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

    When you create a digital vaccine card with CLEAR, you can use it wherever you need to show proof of vaccination.

    Yes, the CLEAR app is available for both Android and iOS.

    CLEAR’s entire model is built around protecting their Member's information and privacy and keeping their customers in control of their data and information.  They follow the highest security standards for data storage and always put the Member first. For more information, visit their Member T&Cs. CLEAR’s use of this data is restricted by their Privacy Policy.

    For general questions, you can visit their FAQ page at clearme.com/support. You can also contact the CLEAR Member Care team by opening the CLEAR app and tapping "Get in Touch" at the bottom of the home screen, by calling 1-855-CLEARME (253-2763), or emailing memberservices@clearme.com

    Yes. Rite Aid will be sending unique links to all customers who received a booster or additional dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

    Rite Aid Account

    You can access your immunization record from within your Rite Aid pharmacy account. To print your immunization history, login to your Rite Aid pharmacy account on RiteAid.com or ask your pharmacist to print out a copy for you. You can also view any immunizations you’ve received at Rite Aid within the Rite Aid app under your prescription history. 

     

    No pharmacy account? You’ll need your Rx number from your COVID-19 vaccination. 

    • Call your pharmacist and ask for the Rx number from your COVID-19 vaccination or ask your pharmacist to print your immunization history in person

    • Go to RiteAid.com 

    • Click Sign-in Account on the top navigation bar

    • Click Sign Up Now

    • When asked "Do you have prescriptions with Rite Aid?" say Yes

    • Enter the Rx number when prompted for it

    • Navigate to Immunization History to view your record

    State Registries

    Some state registries allow you to access your record directly. Some require you to get in touch with your vaccine provider. For the states where Rite Aid has been vaccinating, you can explore your state's or jurisdiction’s options here.