Digital vaccination pass | Sanitas health insurance
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All your vaccination records conveniently to hand

All your vaccination records conveniently to hand

You can access your vaccination record at the touch of a button with the digital vaccination pass. The checklist will help you keep track of the latest information on your vaccinations. And you can even receive reminders when you’re due for a vaccination.

The main benefits:

  • Never search for your vaccination record again
  • Checklist with overview of all primary vaccinations
  • Reminders for pending vaccinations
  • Vaccine search  

It’s really easy to create your digital vaccination pass

Take a photo of your current vaccination record in the digital vaccination pass and save it there. You can create an electronic version of the vaccination pass for each family member.

Keep track of your primary vaccinations in the checklist

The checklist displays all primary vaccinations based on the Swiss vaccination schedule. Tick vaccinations you’ve already received for an overview of your current vaccination status.

Reminders for pending vaccinations

You can activate vaccination reminders in the overview. Reminders are sent based on the Swiss vaccination schedule. If a primary vaccination is due for people in your age group, you’ll receive a reminder.

Decipher vaccination terms with the vaccine search

Your vaccination record lists which vaccinations you’ve already been given. Enter this term in the checklist’s search field. The search results will show all the diseases this vaccine protects against.

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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Important: Sanitas doesn’t make any vaccination recommendations – these are made based on information provided by the Federal Commission for Immunization in collaboration with the Federal Office of Public Health. For more information visit the BAG website.

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