New Orleans, LA

Vaccine Card 101 by LCMC Health

Jean-Baptiste Dickens

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New Orleans, LA-- The City of New Orleans has issued specific requirements for vaccination proof or negative COVID-19 test within Orleans Parish in a Louisiana Citizens Medical Center, or LCMC then launched a tutorial to use the Vaccine card.

Per today, the new COVID-19 guidelines say that anyone who is 12 years old and older needs to provide proof about at least one dose of an approved COVID-19 vaccine or negative PCR Test within 72 hours. This decision includes employees for indoor dinings, such as restaurants and bars and indoor fitness centers.

Employees in indoor entertainment and performance spaces, including Caesars Superdome and Smoothie King Center, need this proof. Significant Outdoor events also need to send these proofs if the total attendance is more than half of the capacity of the venue.

There are some steps to safeguard your vaccine card. First, you need to take a photo of it and treat it like a social security card.

Store it in a safe place at home, and when you need to bring it, place it in a plastic sleeve. You also need to keep the whole family's vaccine card safe because it is necessary for health checks.

When you need to laminate your card, do not worry. The Office Depot can make a copy and laminate your card for free. You can also ask your provider about another paper card if you receive a booster.

For a replacement vaccine card, you need to contact the site where you received your first shot. Yet if you are unable your original vaccine provider, you can call Immunization Information System here.

More information about the city guidelines can be found here. To get a COVID-19 test, you can call LCMC Health Nurse Hotline for information, or visit NOLA Ready for testing locations around Greater New Orleans.

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