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Ania ti Rumbeng nga Ammuem Maipapan iti Bakuna ti Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Protect your health with a Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine

COVID-19 vaccines are an important step in protecting your health and your loved ones, and we encourage you to talk to your doctor about the right time to get your vaccine. We are committed to providing helpful vaccine information and resources to support you, including $0 cost-share on COVID-19 vaccinations through the national public health emergency period.

Schedule your vaccine

COVID-19 vaccines are widely available across vaccination providers, including retail pharmacies, doctors’ offices and other health systems.

Salaknib ken kinatalged ti bakuna

COVID-19 vaccines are important for protecting your health and helping you return to safely spending time with friends and family.

$0 a bingay iti bayad ti bakuna

You should not receive a bill for your COVID-19 vaccination through the national public health emergency1.

After you get vaccinated

Get the latest on life after you get your vaccine, from how to manage potential side effects to when to wear a mask. 

Panangsungbat kadagiti saludsodmo

To help you plan and keep you informed, we’ve gathered key public information about COVID-19 vaccines below. The CDC remains the best resource on COVID-19 vaccines. You can also explore our learning course to get more vaccine information.

Proteksion ken kinatalged

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized 3 COVID-19 vaccines for emergency use authorization (EUA). These vaccines are safe2 and were developed to help protect people from COVID-19. There is 1 one-dose vaccine and 2 two-dose vaccines. Kas iti dadduma a bakuna, mabalin nga umabot dagiti bakuna ti COVID-19 iti sumagmamano a lawas kalpasan ti maikadua a dosis sakbay a makaipaay iti proteksion. 

FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccines3

Vaccine manufacturer

Doses

Ages for EAU

FDA Fact Sheets

Pfizer-BioNTech

2 doses, 21 days apart

12 and older

Pfizer for patients and caregivers

Moderna

2-doses, 1 month apart

18 and older

Moderna for patients and caregivers

Jphnson & Johnson's Janssen 

1 dose

18 and older

Janssen for patients and caregivers

Kas iti bakuna iti trangkaso, dagiti para-inject iti bakuna ti mangi-inject iti bakuna iti COVID-19 sigun iti suplay. Saan nga amin a bakuna iti COVID-19 nga inautorisaran ti FDA ket adda kadagiti para bakuna iti lokasionda.

Napateg a palagip iti proteksion a maipaay dagiti bakuna iti COVID-19.

  • While COVID-19 vaccines may help protect the individual from the virus, it is not yet known if vaccinated people can still give the COVID-19 virus to others.
  • Ti kapaut ti proteksion kontra iti COVID-19 ket saan pay a naammuan iti agdama.

Because of this, keep following public health safety guidelines to help protect yourself and others. For the latest information, go to the CDC.

Is Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine safe?

The use of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine has resumed. Medical and scientific teams with the FDA and CDC did a thorough review that found this vaccine is safe and effective in preventing COVID-19. The Janssen COVID-19 vaccine fact sheets for health care providers and patients have been updated to include information about this very rare and serious type of blood clot. Women younger than 50 years old should be aware of this rare risk of blood clots with low platelets after vaccination. Other COVID-19 vaccines, such as Pfizer and Moderna, are available for which this risk has not been seen.

The safety of vaccines is a top priority, and millions of people have already been safely vaccinated. The CDC states this potential safety issue was caught early and reflects the vaccine safety system is working. The brief pause reflected the federal government’s commitment to transparency as the CDC and FDA reviewed data. COVID-19 vaccines have undergone, and will continue to undergo, intensive safety monitoring

Learn more about Johnson & Johnson's Janssen COVID-19 vaccine on the CDC website.  

The safety of vaccines is a top priority, and millions of people have already been safely vaccinated. All FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective at preventing COVID-19, according to the CDC. They are key to slowing the pandemic. The U.S. vaccine safety system makes sure all vaccines go through an extensive process to confirm levels of safety. The recently FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccines went through this process. Even after emergency use authorization, the FDA continues to review clinical data about the vaccines. 

Ti website ti CDC ket addaan iti kanayonan nga impormasion iti kinatalged ti bakuna ti COVID-19

If you are pregnant, you can receive a COVID-19 vaccine. It can help protect you from severe illness associated with COVID-19. According to the CDC, pregnant people are more likely to get severely ill with COVID-19 than non-pregnant people.

If you would like to get pregnant later in life, you can get the COVID-19 vaccine. According to the CDC, there is no evidence that this vaccine, or any vaccines, may cause problems trying to get pregnant. Scientists continue to study COVID-19 vaccines carefully, as they do all vaccines.

If you have questions, a conversation with your health care provider about the COVID-19 vaccine may be helpful.   

Dagiti dakes nga epekto manipud kadagiti bakuna ket gagangay a pagilasinan nga agar-aramid ti bagim iti proteksion. Kas kadagiti dadduma a bakuna ken segun iti CDC, adda inreport dagiti tattao a sumagmamano a dakes nga epekto kadagiti pinalubosan ti FDA a bakuna ti COVID-19. The most common side effect is a sore arm. Some other side effects may feel like flu and might even affect your ability to do daily activities. Ngem agpukaw met laeng dagiti kalpasan ti sumagmamano nga aldaw. Mabalinmo a maammoan ti ad-adu pay iti website ti CDC.

No adda emerhensia, tumawagka iti 911 wenno mapanka iti kaasitgan nga ospital. 

No makapasarka kadagiti side effect, dagus nga ibagam dayta iti nangbakuna kenka wenno iti kangrunaan a paraipaay iti panangtaripato kenka. You should also notify the CDC at 1-800-822-7967. Daytoy ket agsipud ta agtultuloy a wanwanawanan ti CDC ken FDA ti kinatalged dagiti pinalubosan ti FDA a bakuna ti COVID-19. You can also use the CDC’s v-safe mobile app, which will help you monitor side effects and get second dose reminders

Ti FDA ket addaan iti proseso ti panangusig para iti kinatalged ken kinaepektibo a kompletoenna sakbay a palubosanna dagiti bakuna a mausar para iti emerhensia a panangusar ti sapasap a publiko. Once the FDA authorizes a vaccine for emergency use, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) will meet to vote on recommending the vaccine.

Iti panangtingiting iti pammalubos iti panangusar iti emerhensia (emergency use authorization, EUA) naannad a balbalansien ti FDA dagiti mabalin a peggad ken benepisio dagiti produkto maibasar iti sidadaan iti agdama a datos. Bayat ti panawen ti emerhensia iti salun-at ti publiko iti entero a nasion, agtultuloy a wanwanawanan ti FDA ti agpada a kinatalged ken kinaepektibo ti bakuna.

As more COVID-19 vaccines are authorized for emergency use by the FDA, ACIP will quickly hold public meetings to review all available data about each vaccine and make recommendations for their use in the United States. Learn more about how the CDC is making COVID-19 vaccine recommendations.

Dagiti agdama nga bakuna ti COVID-19 nga inotorisaran ti FDA ket madi nga mairekomenda para kadagiti tattao nga addaan ti kondisyon na wenno sabali ti edad na. The current vaccines are authorized for use among the following ages:

Per the FDA, women younger than 50 years old should be aware of the rare risk of blood clots with low platelets after Janssen vaccination. Other COVID-19 vaccines, such as Pfizer and Moderna, are available for which this risk has not been seen.

There are other special considerations for when it might not be a good time to get the vaccine:

  • Nu naituyangka iti nabiit pay iti COVID-19, kitaen dagiti pagalagadan ti CDC iti panangala iti bakuna.
  • If you’ve had monoclonal antibody treatment or received convalescent plasma, the CDC states vaccination should not occur for at least 90 days.

Makisarita iti tagaipaaymo iti taripato ti salun-at nu adda dagiti saludsodmo maipapan iti pannakabakuna iti para iti COVID-19. 

Sigun iti CDC, no naaddaankan idi iti nakaro nga alerhia a reaksion iti maysa a bakuna wenno iti mai-iniksion nga agas, masapul a damagem iti doktormo no mabalinka a mabakunaan iti para iti COVID-19. Ti nakaro a reaksion ket daydiay agkasapulan iti pannakaagas iti ospital wenno agas a kas iti EpiPen (epinephrine). Segun iti CDS, ti posibilidad ti nakaro a reaksion kadagiti pinalubosan ti FDA a bakuna ken nababa unay.   

Irekrekomendar ti CDC a dagidiay masansan nga addaan iti allergy wenno allergy iti makan, taraken wenno matomar nga agas, ket mabalin latta nga agpabakuna. No adda saludsodmo, kontakem ti health care provider-mo.

For more information, you can read the FDA’s Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet,  Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet and Janssen Patient Fact Sheet.

Anyone currently infected with COVID-19 should wait to get vaccinated until after their illness has resolved and after they have met the criteria to discontinue isolation. Malaksid iti daytoy, isingasing dagiti agdama a pammaneknek a ti pannakaimpeksion manen iti virus a mangpapataud iti COVID-19 ket saan a gagangay iti 90 nga aldaw kalpasan iti immuna a pannakaimpeksion. Ngarud, dagiti tattao a naimpeksion iti nabiit pay ket mabalinda nga itantan ti pannakabakuna agingga iti malpas ti 90-aldaw a panawen.

Segun iti CDC, agtultuloy dagiti eksperto a mangad-adal kadagiti klase ti virus a mangpapataud iti COVID-19. Viruses constantly change through mutation, and new variants of a virus are expected to occur over time. There are multiple variants of the virus that cause COVID-19 in the United States, and these variants seem to spread more easily than other variants. An increase in cases of COVID-19 can lead to more hospitalizations and potentially more deaths.

FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccines help prevent the virus from spreading, which in turn can help decrease the opportunity for virus variants to develop and spread. According to the CDC, vaccines do help with protect against variants, and they continue to be closely investigated with more studies underway.

Adda ti napateg a papel dagiti pinalubusan ti FDA a bakuna ti COVID-19 iti pananglimitar iti panagwaras ti COVID-19 ken panangsalaknib iti salun-at ti publiko. Tapno makatulong iti panangsalaknib iti salun-atmo ken salun-at dagiti ay-ayatem, nasken a surutem dagiti kaugalian para iti pannakasalaknib ti salun-at ti publiko:

  • Agsuot kadagiti face mask
  • Pisikal a distansia
  • Wash your hands regularly
  • Pannakailasin wenno pannakaisina nu masakit

Bisitaen ti website ti CDC tapno maammoan ti ad-adu pay maipapan kadagiti klase ti virus. 

If you aren’t yet fully vaccinated, the CDC recommends wearing a face mask to protect others as well as yourself. This is a way to protect your health, along with washing hands regularly, physically distancing and avoiding crowds.

Important reminders to make sure your mask works the best it can, according to the CDC:

  1. Make sure the mask fits snugly against your face. Gaps can let air with respiratory droplets in and out around the edges of the mask.
  2. Pick a mask with layers so it helps keep your respiratory droplets in, while keeping droplets from others out.
  3. Two masks used together, such as a surgical mask with a cloth mask offers better protection to you and to those around you.

Learn more about mask fit on the CDC website.

According to the CDC, masks should be worn:

  • By people 2 years of age and older
  • Any time you are in a public setting
  • When you are with people who do not live with you, including inside your home or someone else’s home
  • Inside your home if someone you live with is sick with symptoms of COVID-19 or has tested positive for COVID-19

Learn more about when to wear a mask on the CDC site

Local public health agencies determine quarantine recommendations. According to the CDC, quarantine is used to keep someone who might have been exposed to COVID-19 away from others. Exposure is defined as 15 minutes or more of being within 6 feet of an individual who has tested positive or had symptoms within 2 days of exposure. By staying home or not going in public, quarantine helps prevent disease spread before a person knows they have the virus.

The CDC has identified 2 groups of people who do not need to quarantine when exposed:

  • People who are fully vaccinated will no longer be required to quarantine following a direct exposure to someone with COVID-19, unless they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms. Fully vaccinated people are considered those who have had both doses of a two-dose vaccine or the one-dose vaccine, and 2 weeks have passed to allow for the vaccine to work. There are additional considerations for patients and residents who are fully vaccinated and in health care settings.
  • People who have recovered from COVID-19 in the past 3 months do not need to quarantine.

Learn more on the CDC website.

According to the CDC, isolation is used to separate people infected with COVID-19 from those who are not infected. People who are in isolation should stay home until it’s safe for them to be around others. At home, anyone sick or infected should separate from others, staying in a specific “sick room” and using a separate bathroom if possible. The length of the isolation period depends on several factors. Review the CDC’s recommendations for when isolation can end based on the situation.

Gastos ken masakupan

You will have $0 cost-share (copayments, deductibles or coinsurance) on your COVID-19 vaccination as noted below, no matter where you get the vaccine2 and including when 2 doses are required. Kinapudnona, awan koma ti maawatmo a babayadan para iti bakuna ti COVID-19 a pinalubosan ti FDA.  

  • Plans through Employers and Individual health plans, including Student Resources, Short Term Limited Liability and Exchange plans: You will have $0 cost-share for the vaccine at both in-network and out-of-network providers through the national public health emergency period. UnitedHealthcare pays a fee to the vaccination provider for the administration of the vaccine and the recommended observation. If you receive care for an adverse reaction, you may be responsible for copays, deductibles, coinsurance or out-of-network charges, according to your benefits plan.
  • Medicare plans: You will have $0 cost-share for the vaccine at both in-network and out-of-network providers through Dec. 31, 2021. Providers should not ask you for payment, upfront or after you receive the vaccine.
  • For Medicaid members in UnitedHealthcare Community Plans: You will have $0 cost-share for the vaccine with both in-network and out-of-network providers through the national public health emergency period. State variations and regulations may apply during this time. Please review the UnitedHealthcare Community Plan website and your state’s site for the latest information. If no state-specific guidance is available, UnitedHealthcare plan guidelines will apply.

If you receive additional services during your vaccination appointment or get the vaccination during a regular office visit, you may be responsible for copays, deductibles, coinsurance or out-of-network charges, according to your benefits plan. You should not receive any bills for your COVID-19 vaccination from your provider or UnitedHealthcare during the national emergency health period. Your vaccination provider should not charge you for the standard observation, which is the 15 to 30 minutes after receiving the vaccination.

If you have questions about your coverage or bills, you can go to your online UnitedHealthcare account or call the number on your health insurance card.

If a COVID-19 vaccine is received during a regular doctor’s visit where you talk about other health needs, you may have a cost-share for the office visit, according to your benefits plan. This means you may be responsible for a copay, coinsurance or deductible. The COVID-19 vaccination will have $0 cost-share for the time periods above. 

No. Be on alert for fraud. Nu adda ti tumawag, ag-text, wenno ag-email a mangikarkari kenka iti akses iti bakuna a babayadan, saanmo nga ibingbingay ti personal wenno pinansial nga impormasionmo. Do not give your credit card, social security number, PayPal® account, Venmo® account or any other payment information to anyone to get access to a COVID-19 vaccine.

  • Awan koma ti agkiddaw nga agbayadka tapno maikabil ti naganmo iti listaan ti mabakunaan
  • Awan koma ti agkiddaw nga agbayadka tapno makaalaka iti nasapa nga akses iti bakuna

UnitedHealthcare will only request secure information from you through your password-protected member account.

If you suspect fraud or are unsure, you have several ways to report it. Visit uhc.com/fraud, to start an online report. Or call one of the following numbers.

  • Call the number on your ID card
  • Call 1-844-359-7736 if you're a UnitedHealthcare member 
  • Call 1-800-MEDICARE if you're a Medicare member

Learn more about how to protect yourself from fraud

Preparing for your first appointment

Daytoy ti matarusan tayo tatta nga panawen:

  • Be prepared to show your photo ID, such as a driver’s license, to show proof of identity. 
  • Dagiti miembro ti Medicare a plano:
    • Mabalin a masapulmo ti nalabbaga, puraw ken asul a kardmo iti Medicare ta baybayadan ti Medicare ti bakunam iti 2021. If you don’t have your Medicare card, you can find it by logging in to your Social Security account. More information can be found on the CMS site.
    • Nu naawatmo ti bakunam iti regular a panagbisitam iti tagaipaay, kasapulam met ti ID kardmo kas miembro ti UnitedHealthcare.  
  • Dagiti saan a miembro ti Medicare: Itugotmo ti ID kardmo kas miembro ti UnitedHealthcare.

Laglagipem nga isuot ti face mask mo ken ti pisikal a distansiam iti appointment mo.

Masarakan dagiti kanayonan nga impormasion iti panagsagana para iti appointment mo iti panagbakuna iti website ti CDC

For many members, UnitedHealthcare pays an administrative fee to the vaccination provider that covers the member’s standard observation. By showing your health insurance card, you are also helping make sure there is a digital record of your COVID-19 vaccination available through your online UnitedHealthcare member account.  

If you receive additional services during your vaccination appointment or get the vaccination during a regular office visit, you may be responsible for copays, deductibles, coinsurance or out-of-network charges, according to your benefits plan. You should not receive any bills for your COVID-19 vaccination from your provider or UnitedHealthcare during the national emergency health period. Your vaccination provider should not charge you for the standard observation, which is the 15-30 minutes after receiving the vaccination. 

Adtoy dagiti 3 kangrunaan a puntos manipud iti CDC tapno malagipmo ti appointment mo:

  1. Mabalin a wanawanannaka ti tagaipaaymo iti bakuna kalpasan a mabakunaanka. Daytoy ket nu adda kaso ti manmanu a reaksion nga alerhia. Ngarud, masapulmo ti agplano iti kanayonan a tiempo.
  2. Planoem a nasapsapa ti maikadua a dosismo babaen iti panangi-iskediul iti appointment para iti maikadua a bakunam nu mabalin. Mabalinmo met ti ag-sign up para iti libre a text messaging babaen iti VaxText ti CDC tapno makaawatka iti palagip maipapan iti maikadua a dosismo iti bakuna ti COVID-19.
  3. You should receive a vaccination card during your appointment that says which vaccine you received, the date it was received and where it was received. We suggest you keep your vaccination card in a safe place.

If you are receiving a two-dose vaccine, your vaccination card will be updated to reflect both doses at your second dose appointment. Paregtaendaka nga idulinmo ti kardmo. 

Getting your second dose

If you are receiving the two-dose vaccine, you will need to get both doses within 3 to 4 weeks to get the protection indicated by the manufacturer. Siguradoem nga aggapu iti isu met laeng a nangaramid ti agpada a dosis ken alaem ti maikadua a dosismo iti saan nga umadayo iti mairekomenda a panawenna nu mabalin. Suroten ti instruksion iti panagbakuna manipud iti nagaramid:

Iparparegtami unay a mammaminsan nga iyeskediulmo ti dua a dosis tapno maiyeskediul iti uneg ti time frame ket maprotektaranka iti COVID-19. Ti tagaipaay iti bakuna ket masapul a tulungannaka a mangi-iskediul iti maikadua a dosis kalpasan a maipaay kenka ti umuna a dosis. Maibagada koma kenka nu kaanom nga alaen ti maikadua a dosis.

You can also sign up for free text messaging through the CDC’s VaxText to a get a reminder about your second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

The CDC recommends getting the second dose as close to the recommended timing of 3-4 weeks as possible. Suroten ti instruksion iti panagbakuna manipud iti nagaramid.

 Nu mapalabesmo ti appointment ti maikadua a panagbakuna wenno adda iti ruar ti mairekomenda a panawen ti maikadua a dosis, mabalinmo latta a maala ti maikadua a dosis. Saanmo a masapul a ruggian manen ti umuna a dosis. And even if the second dose is late, the second dose will still help you get protection from COVID-19. I-iskediulmo ti maikadua nga appointment iti tagaipaaymo iti bakuna iti kabiitan a tiempo a mabalin.

You should have received a vaccination card at your first appointment with information on the COVID-19 vaccine manufacturer, date of your first vaccination and when your second dose is due. Nu saanmo a masapulan dayta, mabalin a makatulong ti tagaipaay iti bakunam iti panangammo iti bakuna a naawatmo. 

After you get vaccinated

Dagiti dakes nga epekto manipud kadagiti bakuna ket gagangay a pagilasinan nga agar-aramid ti bagim iti proteksion. Kas kadagiti dadduma a bakuna ken segun iti CDC, adda inreport dagiti tattao a sumagmamano a dakes nga epekto kadagiti pinalubosan ti FDA a bakuna ti COVID-19. The most common side effect is a sore arm. Some other side effects may feel like flu and might even affect your ability to do daily activities. Ngem agpukaw met laeng dagiti kalpasan ti sumagmamano nga aldaw. Mabalinmo a maammoan ti ad-adu pay iti website ti CDC.

If you experience pain or discomfort after your vaccination, talk to your doctor about taking over-the-counter medicine, such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen, to help with your symptoms. You can also use a virtual visit to connect with a health care professional to discuss your symptoms.

No adda emerhensia, tumawagka iti 911 wenno mapanka iti kaasitgan nga ospital. 

No makapasarka kadagiti side effect, dagus nga ibagam dayta iti nangbakuna kenka wenno iti kangrunaan a paraipaay iti panangtaripato kenka. You should also notify the CDC at 1-800-822-7967. Daytoy ket agsipud ta agtultuloy a wanwanawanan ti CDC ken FDA ti kinatalged dagiti pinalubosan ti FDA a bakuna ti COVID-19. You can also use the CDC’s v-safe mobile app, which will help you monitor side effects and get second dose reminders. 

According to the CDC, if you got the Janssen vaccine within the last 3 weeks, your risk of developing a blood clot with low platelets is very low. However, be on the lookout for possible symptoms of a blood clot with low platelets, which typically occur within 3 weeks of vaccination, and seek medical care urgently if any of these symptoms develop:

  • Severe headache
  • Backache
  • Blurred vision
  • Fainting
  • Seizures
  • Severe pain in your abdomen or stomach
  • Severe pain in your chest
  • Leg swelling
  • Narigat a panaganges
  • Tiny red spots on the skin (petechiae)
  • New or easy bruising or bleeding

No makapasarka kadagiti side effect, dagus nga ibagam dayta iti nangbakuna kenka wenno iti kangrunaan a paraipaay iti panangtaripato kenka.

If you have other questions, call your primary care provider or other health care professional. You can also use a virtual visit to connect with a health care professional. To access 24/7 on-demand virtual visits through a designated national provider, sign in to your online UnitedHealthcare account. Cost-share for the virtual visit will be according to your benefits plan.

It depends. If you have received only one dose of a two-dose vaccine, keep wearing a mask, physically distancing and washing your hands regularly to protect yourself from COVID-19.

The CDC guidance changes once a person is fully vaccinated, which means it is 2 weeks after you have received the second dose of a two-dose vaccine or after getting the one-dose Janssen vaccine. According to the CDC, fully vaccinated people can get back to doing many of the things they did before the pandemic, like:

  • Attending indoor gatherings with other fully vaccinated people or unvaccinated people of any age from one other household, unless someone is at high-risk for severe illness from COVID-19
  • Attending outdoor gatherings or activities without wearing a mask, unless it is a crowded area
  • Traveling domestically without getting tested before or after your trip — and no longer needing to quarantine after travel

Keep in mind that outdoor activities are typically safer than indoor activities. Visit the CDC website for more information on life after vaccination. 

Learn what you need to know about mask-wearing and choosing safer activities

Saan, saan nga irekumenda ti CDC a mangalaka iti COVID-19 antibody wenno panagsukiman nga eksaminasion.

According to the CDC, people who are fully vaccinated are not required to quarantine following a direct exposure to someone with COVID-19, unless they are experiencing symptoms.

Fully vaccinated people are considered those who have had the one-dose vaccine or both doses of a two-dose vaccine, and a period of about 2 weeks has passed to allow for the vaccine to work. There are additional considerations for fully-vaccinated patients and residents in health care settings.

Learn more on the CDC website.

UnitedHealthcare is committed to providing members an accurate and complete digital COVID-19 vaccination record. At this time, UnitedHealthcare does not yet have COVID-19 vaccination record for all members, given the many different vaccination sites and not yet receiving all vaccination information. We continue to work closely with states and vaccination providers to access this information.

Your digital COVID-19 vaccination record can be found within your online UnitedHealthcare member account. The record puts your vaccination information at your fingertips. It shows the vaccination date, including the manufacturer and both dates for two-dose vaccines. This record may be helpful for employment, attending events or doing other activities where a COVID-19 vaccination record may be requested.

Your digital record is not intended to replace your official CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card. Continue to keep it in a safe place for when you need it.

We encourage you to keep your doctor informed of your vaccination. Your UnitedHealthcare digital vaccination record is one way you may choose to share your vaccination information with your doctor or other health care provider.   

Beginning in June, you may choose to report your vaccination information to us, if you do not yet have a vaccination record showing up in your online UnitedHealthcare member account. UnitedHealthcare may use that information to help you get timely information, including booster shot reminders. Should UnitedHealthcare receive updated vaccination data from your vaccination provider, your self-reported data will be replaced by the provider’s information.

We continue to work closely with states and vaccination providers to help make sure you have an accurate and complete digital vaccination record.

We encourage you to keep your vaccination card in a safe place. You may want to consider taking a picture or scan of your vaccination card as a backup copy. Be sure not to post a picture of your vaccination card on the internet or via social media, as there may be people who try to use your information as their own.

Your digital vaccination record, which may be available through your online UnitedHealthcare member account, may also be helpful in situations where you may need to show proof of vaccination.

Agtalinaed a natalged ken nasalun-at

It’s important to follow public health guidelines to help you stay healthy, especially if you haven’t yet received the COVID-19 vaccine. Protect yourself and others from COVID-19 by following these simple steps:

  • Agsuot iti face mask
  • Itultuloy ti pisikal a panagdistansia
  • Liklikan dagiti adu a tattao
  • Buguam dagiti imam

Visit the CDC website for information on life after vaccination

Also, remember to stay on top of your doctor appointments like annual checkups and care for anxiety, depression and loneliness. Most providers also offer telehealth visits to help you get the care you need.

Dagiti Makatulong a Reperensia

Kayatmo a maammuan ti ad-adu pay? Adtoy dagiti klinikal a pammataudan manipud iti nadumaduma nga awtoridad tapno makatulong iti panangawat iti maipapan kadagiti bakuna ti COVID-19.

Pannakaammo iti panangloko iti bakuna

Agbalin nga alerto iti panangloko. Nu adda ti tumawag, ag-text, wenno ag-email a mangikarkari kenka iti akses iti bakuna a babayadan, saanmo nga ibingbingay ti personal wenno pinansial nga impormasionmo.

  • Awan koma ti agkiddaw nga agbayadka tapno maikabil ti naganmo iti listaan ti mabakunaan
  • Awan koma ti agkiddaw nga agbayadka tapno makaalaka iti nasapa nga akses iti bakuna
UnitedHealthcare will only request secure information from you through your password-protected member account.

No addaanka kadagiti saludsod wenno kasapulam ti impormasion maipapan kadagiti benepisiom

Tawagan ti numero yanti ID kardmo kas miembro wenno ag-sign in ti accountmo iti salun-at.

1 If you receive additional services during your vaccination appointment, you may be responsible for copays, deductibles, coinsurance or out-of-network charges, according to your benefits plan.

2 Key things to know about COVID-19 vaccines, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website, Feb.27, 2021.

3 Always follow vaccination instructions from the manufacturer. 

Panangilibak

Dagiti benepisyo nga nailawlawag ayan iti daytoy nga website ket ilawlawag na dagiti federala requirements ken nasyonal nga polisiya ti UnitedHealthcare, dagiti kanayunan nga benepisyo ket mabalin nga adda ayan dagiti daduma nga estado ken babaen ti daduma nga plano. 

Daytoy a pahina ket ilawlawagna dagiti benepisio nga ituktukonmi kadagiti amin a miembro kadagiti amin nga estado. Iramanda met dagiti pederal a makalikaguman. Nalabit ad-adu dagiti adda a benepisio kadagiti dadduma nga estado ken kadagiti dadduma a plano. Nangaramidkami kadagiti pagalagadan ken pagtuladan a mabalin nga agaplikar kadagiti produktomi bayat dagitoy a tiempo. Dagiti impormasion ket sumario ken mabalin a mabaliwan. Para iti kanayonan nga impormasion, kontakem ti representatib ti akawntmo wenno tawagam ti numero iti ID kardmo kas miembro.

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