How to upload your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card
- Log into the MyMcKinley Portal
- Click on the “Forms” button in the menu header.
- Choose “COVID-19 Vaccine Record Consent.”
- Fill out the form.
- Upload a photo of your completed COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card. (A cell phone image is fine
- Click submit.
After you submit, the McKinley Health Center staff will verify the accuracy of your vaccine record.
McKinley does NOT send notifications if a vaccine has been verified.
Once the upload has been reviewed and approved, your COVID-19 vaccines will appear under the Immunizations tab in your MyMcKinley Portal. Click the “Print” button to see a list of your verified immunizations.
- You must provide a certified English translation if your vaccine card/records are not in English.
- If your vaccine card already has the translation preprinted on your card in addition to your native language, this is acceptable as long as the name of the vaccine and your name is on the card in English.
- This is the same process as required for immunization records.
How to tell if your vaccination has been submitted
- McKinley doesn’t send notifications if a vaccine has been verified.
- You can check to see if your record has been verified by visiting the Immunizations section of your MyMcKinley Portal. Select “View History” and then click “Print” and there should be a full list of your verified vaccination records. Although you may see your vaccination record in the McKinley system, your vaccination status may not be immediately reflected in the Safer Illinois app.
- You will, however, receive feedback from McKinley if they are missing information or received unacceptable documentation.
- Please check the inbox in your MyMcKinley to see if you have any secure messages.
- Verification by McKinley may take up to two weeks at the longest and as little as a day in the shortest time frame. This is dependent on their total volume any one week.
I uploaded my vaccine and it has been verified, but my app isn’t updated
- Has it been at least 14 days since your second dose? If not, you need to test for building access.
- If you need building access immediately, use the boarding pass
- Follow these steps to update the app.
- Make sure that the individual has a valid iCard
I need to re-upload my vaccine to meet the criteria. How should I re-upload it?
- Please check your inbox in your MyMcKinley portal. This will be where McKinley will provide
information and additional instructions.
- If you need to upload a new document and the consent form is no longer open, instead of using the “Forms” tab, go to the “Uploads” tab.
- On this page, scroll to the bottom of the page to the drop down box and select “COVID-19
Vaccine Record”; attach your file here.
I lost my vaccination record card and need a replacement. What should I do?
Anyone who has lost their card can provide consent and then McKinley can pull it from
Additionally, if you were vaccinated in Illinois, you can request a copy of your State of Illinois immunization record be sent to you directly from the Illinois Department of Public Health. Complete this form and email it to the address listed at the top of the document. A fax number is not required. IDPH will send you documentation which is an official State of Illinois record.
If you were vaccinated outside of Illinois, you can contact your local vaccine provider, local county health department or state health department.