Jersey's government stops sending out paper proof of coronavirus vaccinations

Since the start of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, islanders have received letters proving they have been vaccinated. Credit: Government of Jersey

Jersey's government will no longer send out paper proof once someone has been vaccinated against coronavirus.

The certificates were issued as a form of 'vaccine passport' for countries which required them at the height of the pandemic, but most travel restrictions have eased over time.

Some places like Hong Kong still require a PCR test on arrival, while closer to home, Spain only removed its requirement to self-isolate unless vaccinated last month.

QR codes proving you have been fully vaccinated or have received a booster jab will still be available through

Paper certificates can still be requested from Jersey's Coronavirus Helpline on 0800 735 5566.

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