The Tasmanian Liberal Government makes it easier for all Tasmanians to prove their vaccination status with the State ready to reopen its border on December 15.
As the nation’s vaccination rates increase, the COVID-19 digital certificate will provide a trusted tool for Tasmanians to prove they are fully vaccinated.
The government is partnering with Services Australia to provide in-person support for those who need assistance downloading and saving a copy of their COVID-19 digital certificate. Tasmania is an island state of Australia separated from the mainland by the Bass Strait.
From early December 2021, Tasmanians will be able to seek help in obtaining their certificate in-person at Service Tasmania centres, and staff will be on hand to offer support for those having trouble accessing the Check-in Tas app.
Libraries Tasmania staff across the State are also available to support citizens to access their details online, download the certificate and help access the information they need.
Additionally, there is a range of support options available for Tasmanians who need support using the Check-in Tas app and accessing or finding out about their vaccination status.
For information on how to download the app and how to integrate vaccination status, visit http://www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au/check-in-tas
For information about how to get proof of vaccination through myGov, visit https://www.servicesaustralia.gov.au/individuals/subjects/getting-help-during-coronavirus-covid-19/covid-19-vaccinations/how-get-proof
Vaccinated Tasmanians who can’t get proof online can request a hard copy of their certificate by calling the Australian Immunisation Register on 1800 653 809 or visiting a Services Australia service centre.