Signup for DC MyIR today!
DC MyIR is a web-based portal that gives District residents secure, easy access to their official COVID-19 vaccination records.
DC MyIR was developed through a partnership between the DC Department of Health with support from the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Review the Q&A section below to learn more about signing up for DC MyIR and accessing your COVID-19 vaccination records.
What is DC MyIR?
Standing for “My Immunization Record,” DC MyIR is a secure, web-based portal that gives District residents access to their official COVID-19 vaccination records.
Why should I register?
In the past, residents could only get their immunization records by calling or visiting a healthcare provider. This process can be time-consuming and burdensome, particularly when providers receive a high volume of immunization record requests. Registering for MyIR gives District residents a secure, easy method for accessing their and their dependents’ COVID-19 vaccination records in real time.
Will DC MyIR protect my privacy?
DC MyIR protects user privacy and security. Your information will be collected for health purposes only and should not be shared with any other agencies like law enforcement or immigration.
Why can’t I see my information in MyIR?
If you are not able to access your COVID-19 vaccination records through MyIR’s matching process, it may be due to one of these reasons:
- Your information (e.g. name, date of birth, phone number and/or address) may be different or is not up to date in MyIR. For example, your provider may have input your information incorrectly or your name may have changed.
- You opted out of MyIR when you received your COVID-19 vaccination and chose not to share your or your child’s records.
What should I do if I can’t see my information in MyIR?
If you experience problems accessing your COVID-19 vaccination records in MyIR, you can take the following steps to update your records:
- If a match is initially not found, try again using a different phone number and use the chat function for additional guidance.
- If a match is still not found, contact your healthcare provider. Check the information they have in their system matches your details (name, phone number, date of birth, address) and ask them if they have reported that data to DC Health and enrolled in iWeb. Once the provider locates the patient in their IWeb system, they can click on Verify MyIR. The patient must have already created a MyIR account and their email address will need to be present in IWeb for a successful link.
- If the above has been verified with no success, contact DC Health for more support at [email protected] or COVID Call Center at 1-855-363-0333.
For more information on MyIR’s matching process and step-by-step registration instructions, see the MyIR User Guide.
I’m a District resident and I received my vaccination in a different jurisdiction, where’s my COVID-19 record?
If you received your COVID-19 vaccination in a different jurisdiction, you may experience a delay in seeing a COVID-19 vaccination record within MyIR. Currently, there is no date as to when out of jurisdiction COVID-19 vaccination records will be available within the system.
What’s the difference between the MyIR registration process and accessing my COVID-19 record?
Even if you are not able to access your COVID-19 vaccination records through MyIR at this time, you should still register for DC MyIR to ensure access to immunization records in the future.