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How to Complete a v-safe Health Check-In

How to Complete a v-safe Health Check-In
Updated Jan. 21, 2022
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How to Complete Your v-safe Health Check-In

  1. When you receive a v-safe health check-in text message on your smartphone, click the link when you’re ready. Daily health check-ins should take less than 5 minutes to complete.
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  1. Follow the instructions to complete your health check-in.
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If you are interrupted during a health check-in, you can come back and complete the process later. Click the link in the text message reminder to restart and complete it.

  • Daily health check-ins expire at 11:59 PM local time on the day you receive the link.
  • Weekly health check-ins expire at 11:59 PM local time on day 6 after you receive the link.

Once a health check-in has expired, it is no longer available for completion. However, you can report adverse events following vaccination to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.

How to Complete a Dependent’s Health Check-In

  1. When you receive a v-safe health check-in text message on your smartphone, click the link when you’re ready. Daily health check-ins should take less than 5 minutes to complete.
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  1. Follow the instructions to complete their health check-in.
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If you are interrupted during a health check-in, you can come back and finish. Click the link in the text message reminder to restart and complete it.

  • Daily health check-ins expire at 11:59 PM local time on the day you receive the link.
  • Weekly health check-ins expire at 11:59 PM local time on day 6 after you receive the link.

Once a health check-in has expired, it is no longer available for completion. However, you can report adverse events following vaccination to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System.

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Have questions about v-safe or need help?

If you have questions or need assistance with v-safe, these resources can help:

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