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Vaccination Records with Original Documentation for Medical Exam? help

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Hello :)

Myself & my fiancée recently received our noa2 and we're now just waiting on our new case number.

I'm preparing myself & getting everything ready for the medical exam that's on the horizon.

I went to my local Health Centre & got my complete vaccine record history printed out & scanned on paper with it officially stamped by the Health Centre, Signed & dated also.

I was missing just 2 vaccinations, the 1st one being the influenza vaccine which I got scanned on paper, signed, dated & stamped by the chemist. The 2nd one was the varilrix (chicken pox) vaccine which has also been signed, dated & stamped by the travel health centre along with a receipt.

Will this be good enough documentation (along with my police certificate, birth certificate etc) to bring for my medical exam?

I read somewhere that they would want original certificate documentation but I'm just abit lost on how i would go about obtaining that? I remember asking my local health center about it but they said something like they arn't authorized to do that or something? any help would be amazing :)

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Just as i've posted this I have found a small pink card that says

"Personal Record of Vaccination & Immunizations"

& it has a number and it saying [FORM] with a three digit number afterwards

It's filled out and signed by my old Dr. who has since past away unfortunately.

on the back it had all my vaccinations as a child.

would this be the original documentation I would need to bring?

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You can bring the record you got at the Health Center as well as the childhood one in case something isn't on the other. You probably could have gotten around the two shots you just had. Flu season ends in two weeks, so after that, you get the waiver "not flu season". You tell them you had chickenpox and they will mark the waiver for the varicella shot. No documentation of chickenpox is required.

What you need to be sure you have documentation of is --

two MMR shots with the dates they were given

Tdap or Td with a date within the last 10 years, so sometime newer than 2005ish. Tetanus/Diptheria/Pertussis or Tetanus/Diptheria.


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