COVID-19 Proof of Vaccination Process
Proof of Vaccination
To complete the COVID-19 Proof of Vaccination Process:VISIT THE DAILY CHECK SITE
As more people become vaccinated, state and federal COVID-19 public health guidelines will continue to change. Many of these guidelines, including quarantine requirements, hinge on whether an individual has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. It is important to have a system in place to verify vaccination status so we are able to work with the Cornell community to implement these public health responsibilities. It is also critical for the university to have accurate data on the extent of community protection from COVID-19 in order to make informed decisions about safe campus operations.
The COVID-19 Proof of Vaccination Process enables students, faculty and staff to easily upload proof of vaccination (e.g., an image of your vaccination card) through the Daily Check. Beginning April 15, such registration will be required of all Cornell students, faculty, and staff once they have completed the dose schedule for their vaccination. Once we have better data about the degree of community protection that has been achieved, we will offer additional details regarding full campus reactivation in a safe and responsible manner.
For a full list of Frequently Asked Questions about the COVID-19 Proof of Vaccination Process:
- COVID-19 Proof of Vaccination Process now available (March 24)
- COVID-19 Proof of Vaccination Process (March 17)
The COVID-19 Support Center offers support to all members of the Cornell community for questions regarding testing, vaccines, travel and more.
Monday to Friday, 8 am to 5 pm | By phone: 9 am to 4 pm
Saturday to Sunday, 10 am to 1 pm