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COVID-19 proof of vaccination in Eeyou Istchee

May 21, 2021
Summary

People 18 and older who haven’t been vaccinated yet or still need a 2nd dose should now sign up for an appointment on Clic-Santé.

Content

Appointments through Clic-Santé are available in most communities in Eeyou Istchee. If you register for your vaccination appointment via Clic-Santé, you will obtain your Quebec vaccination proof with a QR code (barcode).

Clic-Santé LINK: https://clients3.clicsante.ca/60001/take-appt

It is possible to obtain proof of Covid-19 vaccination through other means if you did not use Clic-Santé for your appointment. While you will not receive a QR code (barcode), you will get an official certificate that is valid as proof of vaccination for local Mandatory Self-Isolation Laws. 

If you did not make an appointment through Clic-Santé, the best way to obtain proof of Covid-19 vaccination is to ask for it when you get vaccinated. If you have not yet received a 2nd dose, please ask someone at the vaccination site for your proof of vaccination.  

If the vaccination team can’t print your proof from Quebec’s vaccination registry, they may give you a handwritten certificate (known as vaccination attestation), which is valid for travel to Eeyou Istchee.  

If you haven’t been able to obtain your printed or handwritten Covid-19 vaccination attestation, or, if you have already received both doses and don’t have proof of your vaccination, you must fill out the following access request form (available to download through these links): 

Access to information on vaccines request - Quebec Vaccination Registry form: 

ENGLISH: https://publications.msss.gouv.qc.ca/msss/fichiers/2017/17-278-12WA.pdf

FRENCH: https://publications.msss.gouv.qc.ca/msss/fichiers/2017/17-278-12WF.pdf

Public Health will ask CMCs to print copies of this form to make them available to community members who don’t have access to a printer and scanner.  

When you fill out the form, please make sure to include a valid email address where you can receive your proof of vaccination. If you don’t have an email address, use your home address, and your proof of vaccination will be mailed to you. If you choose to use your home address, please note that your request will take longer to process. 

Once you’ve filled out the form, please follow these steps: 

  1. Scan the form, or take a photo of it (jpg). 
  2. Scan or take a photo of valid ID: Your RAMQ card (medical card), or birth certificate, JBNQA card, or driver’s license.  

Email the Vaccination Information Request Form and a copy of valid ID to: 18TCR.CovidVaccinationForms@ssss.gouv.qc.ca 

If you are a resident of Eeyou Istchee, please write the Name of Your Community, Your First and Last Name in the subject line.

If you are a CBHSSJB employee: In the subject line, please write: CHB Employee, Your First and Last Name. 

CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE

The Cree Health Board will not keep any records of vaccination proof and will delete any related emails as soon as the vaccination proof is sent to individuals who request it.  

The Cree Health Board only allows access to the 18TCR.CovidVaccinationForms@ssss.gouv.qc.ca inbox to small CBHSSJB staff team who have signed a confidentiality agreement. 

 For more information on Quebec’s procedure to obtain your vaccination profile, visit this site: https://www.quebec.ca/en/health/your-health-information/quebec-vaccinat… 

PLEASE NOTE: 

Everyone who has been vaccinated will eventually be able to request electronic proof of vaccination (with a QR code) whether they registered on Clic-Santé or not.

Quebec's Health Ministry is finalizing a provincial portal website to support these requests. The portal will be available in Summer 2021.

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