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UPDATE Information re access to QR Codes - Electronic proof of vaccination


The Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre (KMHC) Public Health Department and the Public Safety Commission wish to provide some important information regarding access to QR codes. QR codes are electronic proof of vaccination and will be required eventually for proof of vaccination and for international travel.

Some community members received their QR codes by email automatically after vaccination. Other community members did not receive an automatic QR code either because of information lacking/wrongly entered in the provincial databases or because they received their vaccine out of province. If you did not receive you QR code automatically and wish to receive a copy of your QR code, please follow the following steps:

  1. go to the website at the following link:

  2. Enter the information requested and click on the SUBMIT button.

  3. If you are unable to access your QR code through this format and you received your vaccines out of province, please go to the website at the following link: and make an appointment at a vaccination center to enter your vaccines into the provincial system. You must bring your paper proof of vaccination to this meeting and an identification (ID).

  4. If you are unable to get your QR code electronically through the link in point #1 above and you received your vaccines in Kahnawake, then the Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre will be able to register your vaccination information. Please contact extension 2295 and leave a detailed message. One of our employees will contact you to provide assistance.

We ask everyone to help any family members who do not have cellphones or computers to print the proof of vaccination with the QR code for them if required.

The Public Safety Commission and Public Health want to emphasize that although we are in a GREEN level alert, this does not mean the pandemic is over. We must remain vigilant and follow public health measures as a means to prevent any outbreaks and keep us on the right path forward.

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