CALMSP wrote:aklrno wrote:I’ve been looking at the UA travel ready center to see how vaccination data is uploaded, but haven’t been able to find it. The vaccine card that you get normally is not a very reliable indicator. It is easily forged. Does UA have some way to check a government database? I know that in Nevada I can see my vaccination status on a state web page and I presume that since the federal government paid for it that they also have the records. Can UA access something like that? I am ready to go somewhere. Anywhere.
There will be plenty of forgery if governments mandate this, and I'm sure there will easily be a link tied to your account for airlines to verify or even immigration officers. As for going somewhere, you can hop on a plane to a lot of locations today without a VC, so nothing is holding you back from going anywhere if that destination allows.
When you get your vaccinations you can voluntarily register them with the CDC on an app called v-Safe where they check up on your health for any side effects etc. Each person gets a unique registration code for their account. You register what company and vaccine you received and the dates. They text you with an access code to sign in etc.However v-safe is not an official record like the vaccination card is. I'm sure the travel companies are going to work on something like it just to get things started up again.