Requesting your My Vaccine Pass online is the quickest and easiest way to get your pass in your hands.
Your MY Vaccine Pass Allows more freedoms, a feeling of life getting back to normal.
If you have not yet downloaded your pass, it’s time to get onto it.
You will need a valid ID, such as a driver’s license or passport, and a unique email address for each member of your household.
The instructions on the website are straightforward and easy to follow, if you are having trouble, you are able to pop along to the Cromwell Community House on Murray Terrace and ask them for a little help.
Once you have received your pass, which takes up to 24 hours, it’s a good idea to screenshot a photo to your phone, save into your mobile phone wallet, or print a copy off and keep it handy.
My Vaccine Pass will be important going forward, allowing you access to venues and events across the country.
If a My Vaccine Pass is not produced, gatherings under the traffic light orange system can still go ahead, but a limit of up to 50 people with a 1 metre physical distance is required.
Masks are still an important part of staying safe, washing hands frequently and scanning in wherever you go will all count towards keeping our community safe.