Samsung Pay wallet now lets you store a digital version of a COVID-19 vaccination card
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Samsung Pay wallet now lets you store a digital version of a COVID-19 vaccination card

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Samsung now lets you store your vaccine card in Samsung Pay | Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

Samsung devices that support Samsung Pay can now store digital versions of users’ COVID-19 vaccination cards, through a partnership with healthcare nonprofit The Commons Project, the smartphone company announced.

Users have to first download the free CommonHealth app from the Google Play store, and follow the instructions to access their COVID-19 vaccine record, from participating pharmacies, health systems, and health providers (not all providers are connected to the system yet). Once the user has access to their COVID-19 credential within the CommonHealth app, they can add it to their Samsung Pay wallet. The Covid-19 Vaccine Pass will then be available on the Samsung Pay app home page.

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