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Reminder - Quebec Vaccination QR Codes available Online


The Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre (KMHC) and the Public Safety Commission would like to remind Kahnawa�kehr�:non that Quebec�s Quick Response Code, or QR Code as it is commonly known, are available to download for your health records.

The QR Codes are being sent by Sante et Services Sociaux Qu�bec to those who received their COVID-19 vaccination. The QR Code is a digital document embedded with your vaccine information. This document can be stored electronically on your smartphone, email or can be printed and carried with you. If you have already received your first COVID-19 vaccine but have yet to receive an email from Quebec with your QR Code, please visit

The QR Codes will also be used for a �Vaccine Passport� to access non-essential services in Quebec in the event of an outbreak or 4th wave. This is a government of Quebec initiative which was announced by Premier Legault earlier today. More details will be released soon.

Please note that, as mentioned above, some people may not have received their QR Code for various reasons. If you or somebody you know does not have access to email or the internet, please ensure to provide them with the link to Quebec�s website to request their QR Code.

The vaccine QR Code is an initiative of the Quebec Government and not the Public Safety Commission or KMHC; however, the concept is being assessed as it may serve as an alternative to possible further restrictions.

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