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Denver-area businesses may start checking your COVID vaccination status. Here’s how to get proof on your smartphone.

The myColorado app lets you download your official vaccine record on your phone -- as well as your driver’s license

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Denver and five surrounding counties issued new public health orders Tuesday requiring people to wear masks in public indoor spaces with an exception for businesses that choose to let in only patrons vaccinated against COVID-19.

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That means businesses in Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Boulder, Denver and Jefferson counties may start checking your vaccination status when the order goes into effect Wednesday. 

There’s a quick and easy way to download your official COVID vaccination record on your smartphone.

Here’s how:


If you have an iPhone…

What the myColorado app looks like in the App Store.
  • Go to the App Store
  • Search for “myColorado” and download it (or tap here)
  • Hit “Create Account”
  • Scan your driver’s license to create your account. (This is a required aspect of the process.)
  • Once you’ve created your account, tap “myVaccine Record”
  • Confirm your identity once more

You’re done! Your official vaccine record is now on your phone.

Here’s what it looks like:

An example of a COVID vaccine record in the myColorado app.

If you have an Android smartphone…

What the myColorado app looks like in the Google Play Store.
  • Go to the Google Play Store
  • Search for “myColorado” to download the app (or tap here)
  • Hit “Create Account”
  • Scan your driver’s license to create your account. (This is a required aspect of the process.)
  • Log in with your new account and follow the steps to confirm your identity
  • Once verified, tap “myVaccine Record”
  • Confirm your identity once more

 You’re done! Your official vaccine record is now on your phone.

If you’re having problems with the app…

You’re not alone. Some users have complained that it doesn’t function well.

“We’re rolling out a major upgrade over the next couple of weeks that will fix the performance issues caused by the high volume of users,” the state said Tuesday. “But downloading a copy of your vaccination record from myColorado is always a good idea.”

The state says people experiencing issues may also call the myColorado Support Team at 303-562-9855 or complete a feedback form.


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