The Cayman Islands Government requires securely verifiable vaccination records for incoming travellers in order to be eligible for reduced quarantine and no quarantine after November 20. Secure verification ensures that the vaccination record has been issued by a trusted authority and minimizes the risk of fraud such as the tampering with vaccination records. A securely verified vaccine record has a unique QR code which must be presented on arrival, either electronically on a mobile device, or as a physical copy. Travellers should keep a printed copy on hand for verification on arrival.
The following countries can be verified securely at this time:
If you were vaccinated in Anguilla your plastic vaccination card with QR code is considered evidence of a securely verifiable vaccination. To find out more about these cards and where to get one click here.
If you were vaccinated in Barbados vaccination records from Barbados Ministry of Health and Wellness containing a unique QR code are considered evidence of a securely verified vaccination. You can request your vaccination certificate from firstname.lastname@example.org
If you were vaccinated in the Bahamas vaccination records from The Bahamas Ministry of Health containing a unique QR code are considered evidence of a securely verified vaccination. To find out more click here.
The Cayman Islands is accepting SMART Health Cards from vaccination providers who are part of the CommonTrust Network. These cards will contain a QR code that allow them to be scanned and securely verified. A number of Canadian provinces have joined this network and are issuing SMART Health Cards. To see if your province is one of them click here.
Vaccination records from other provinces in Canada cannot be securely verified at this time. Check back to see when your province is issuing securely verifiable vaccination records.
For the latest news on Canadian secure verification and to find out how to access your SMART Health Card visit;
Caribbean (other countries not mentioned)
For the rest of the Caribbean, vaccinations cannot be securely verified at this time. Check back to see when your vaccination record can been accepted as securely verifiable.
If you were vaccinated in the Cayman Islands the following are considered evidence of a securely verifiable vaccination:
1 Health Services Authority vaccination card
2 Health Services Authority QR code via HSA patient portal
Click here to find out how to access the HSA patient portal and download your QR code.
The Cayman Islands is accepting vaccination records from the European Member States that offer EU digital COVID certificate
Find out if your vaccination provider offers an EU digital COVID certificate by visiting; https://ec.europa.eu/info/live-work-travel-eu/coronavirus-response/safe-covid-19-vaccines-europeans/eu-digital-covid-certificate_en
Vaccinations cannot be securely verified at this time. Check back to see when your vaccination record can been accepted as securely verifiable.
The Cayman Islands is accepting the NHS COVID pass, these are NHS certificates with embedded secure features or those retrieved from the NHS mobile app or website which provides a securely verifiable QR code
For further details on the NHS COVID pass and how to request one visit https://www.gov.uk/guidance/nhs-covid-pass#nhs-covid-pass-what-it-is
The Cayman Islands is accepting SMART Health Cards from vaccination providers who are part of the Common Trust Network.
The Common Trust Network is a collection of trusted entities e.g. state registries, healthcare providers and pharmacies that issue verifiable vaccination QR codes via SMART Health Cards
Find out if your vaccination provider is part of this group by visiting https://www.commontrustnetwork.org/verifier-list and contact your vaccination provider to request your SMART Health Card.
Please note: If you were vaccinated in New York, the Cayman Islands only accepts QR codes from the Excelsior Pass Plus platform. QR codes generate from the original Excelsior Pass platform cannot be securely verified.
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