Print your vaccine certificate for free at the SDG Library

The Winchester SD&G Library branch in the Township of North Dundas. Image is ©Google

SD&G — With Ontario set to bar unvaccinated individuals from non-essential establishments later this month, the SDG Library says that residents are welcome to print off their proof-of-vaccination paperwork free at local branches.

“Many individuals may not have access to digital options to provide their proof of vaccination,” said SDG Library Director Karen Franklin. “Others may not have a printer at home. We’d be happy to accommodate those individuals at any of our library branches to print their materials.”

Proof of your jab can be found via covid19.ontariohealth.ca or by calling the provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900. But in most cases, those vaccinated should have received the necessary receipt by email anyway.

Vaccine-status checks start Sept. 22 at non-essential businesses, as announced Sept. 1 by Premier Doug Ford in a total reversal of his government’s previous position against “vaccine passports.” The government has blamed its aboutface on the spread of the Delta variant.

Ontario’s standard vaccine receipt will serve as the needed document for now. However, the government says this will be replaced in the near future with a scannable QR code (intended for use with paper or a smartphone screen) as deployed already in some other jurisdictions.

 

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