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Posted on: April 19, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Lose your CDC Card? Here’s what to do

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Gloucester County Mega Site is urging residents who lost their CDC cards to visit the New Jersey Immunization Information System (NJIIS).

If you lost your COVID-19 vaccination card after receiving your second dose, you can request your immunization record by visiting the New Jersey Immunization Information System (NJIIS).

Once on this page, complete the following actions:

  1. Click on "Submit a Request" from the top blue ribbon.
  2. Click "I want to request a copy of my immunization record from NJIIS", which will open a form which you need to complete. 

Note: You will need to attach a copy of your photo ID. Acceptable forms of ID include: a state-issued photo driver's license with address; a state-issued photo non-driver's identification card with address; a similar form of identification issued by this State, another state, or the Federal government; or a photo identification card issued by a New Jersey County Clerk.

  1. If you wish to have a copy of the COVID-19 vaccine lot number, please write this in the description section of the ticket.
  2. Click "Send" to submit your request, and your request will typically be processed within 24-48 business hours. 

“The CDC card you receive at the time of your appointment is a medical record. It is extremely important to keep your CDC card safe, but if you do misplace it contact NJIIS immediately to receive your record,” said Director Robert M. Damminger.

“We appreciate everyone coming out to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and are excited to continue to serve residents,” said Commissioner Jim Jefferson. “If you are still in search of the vaccine, there are appointments posted through April 2021.”

To register to receive your vaccine at the Gloucester County Mega Site, please register at with the New Jersey Vaccine Scheduling System at Once you receive an email to schedule, Gloucester County Mega Site will be an option for you to schedule.

After scheduling, you will receive a QR code to your email that you must bring to you to your appointment. You can print it or pull it up on your smart phone once you get to the Mega Site.

Seniors age 65 and older are able to access free, dedicated COVID-19 vaccine appointments.

Gloucester County and the State are partnering with Walmart and Sam’s Club sites state-wide to offer dedicated 65+ individuals appointments to receive the vaccine. To facilitate scheduling at these sites, a senior-specific NJ COVID Call Center hotline will be available at (856-249-7007) from 8 a.m.- 8 p.m.

Call the dedicated senior’s hotline to book an appointment at select Walmart sites: For 14 Walmart sites in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem. Residents 65+ should contact the Call Center at 856-249-7007 to schedule an appointment OR

Call Walmart / Sam’s Club directly to book appointments at the remaining sites: For the additional 54 Walmart or Sam's Club sites, residents 65+ can directly contact a nearby Walmart or Sam’s Club to schedule an appointment.

For more information, please visit the New Jersey State COVID Vaccine Hub: 

The New Jersey Vaccination Call Center is open to pre-register individuals, answer questions, and provide contact information for sites.  To reach the Vaccination Call Center dial 855-568-0545.

For assistance with registering, please contact the State’s hotline at 855-568-0545. Operators are available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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