Proof of vaccinations

Get an immunisation history statement, and proof of your COVID-19 and influenza vaccinations through myGov.

Types of proof

There are 3 types of proof of vaccination you can get for you or your child:

  • Complete immunisation history statement
  • COVID-19 and influenza (flu) immunisation history statement
  • International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate.

Using your proof

You can use the history statements to:

  • check all the vaccinations you’ve had
  • check if any vaccinations are overdue or are due soon
  • prove your vaccinations are up to date
  • prove you’ve had COVID-19 and influenza vaccinations.

How to get proof

If you’re 14 or older, you can get proof of your vaccinations through myGov:

  • If you’re enrolled in Medicare, use your Medicare online account.
  • If you aren’t eligible for Medicare, use the Individual Healthcare Identifier service. 

If you can’t get proof online, you can get it printed for you or posted to you.

Learn more about how to get proof of vaccinations.

Get consent from children 14 or older

If your child is 14 or older, you’ll need their consent to view their immunisation history. Find out more about getting an immunisation history for children who are 14 or older on the Services Australia website.

Help to get proof

If you need help to get proof of your vaccinations, find out more about how to get immunisation history statements on the Services Australia website.

If you’re overseas and need help to get proof of your vaccinations, call the Medicare international number on the Services Australia website.

Help in your language

Call the Australian Immunisation Register on 1800 653 809 and ask to speak with someone in your language.

The Services Australia website also has information in your language about Medicare.

Page last updated: 26 March 2024