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Description

MN, NJ, and UT residents with a valid email or phone number on-file with each state's immunization registry can access personal and family records using the Docket® app.

Docket® partners with public health heroes to make it easier than ever for you to access personal and family immunization records directly from Minnesota Department of Health, New Jersey Department of Health (COVID-19 only for now), and Utah Department of Health. Track upcoming shots, review past immunizations, and share your official immunization reports.

NOTE: You must have a valid email address or phone number on file with your state's immunization registry in order to access personal or family immunization records using this app. Please consult with your health department if you have trouble locating your records using this service. Refer to the pinned tweet on our Twitter @DocketHealthApp for step-by-step troubleshooting instructions.

What’s New

Version 2.2.25

Utah residents can access a SMART Health Card vaccine credential QR code to facilitate travel to places with COVID-19 restrictions. Please stay tuned for announcements from other states. For more information about SMART Health Cards, visit https://smarthealth.cards. For more information about the Vaccination Credential Initiative, visit https://vci.org.

Docket® is a free utility for American healthcare consumers to access, manage, and share personal and family immunization records for a variety of reasons such as back-to-school enrollment. Find us on Twitter @DocketHealthApp.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
18.4K Ratings

18.4K Ratings

PalovDawg ,

No longer working

When I originally downloaded the app it worked well. Then out of the blue, I couldn’t open it and all I had was a blue screen with the Docket logo. I called tech support and while they were extremely helpful, they were unable to solve the problem. They asked me to delete the app (which of course deleted the data) and we spent time (re) uploading and deleting multiple times to no avail. Have powered down the phone and tried the same thing for the better part of 2 days now and every time the blue screen and logo just ‘sits’ there. Sad that this no longer serves a purpose for me! Super disappointed as it was very useful (when it worked).

Thank you for fixing the bug!

Big Larry Says ,

Good idea, such a bad implementation

I've been a software designer, developer and manager for more than three decades and I have rarely seen a technology concept that was such a good idea so poorly designed, built and tested. Seems like the marketing people, obviously new graduates from the Imagineering school at Disney, felt that animated squirrels were more important than useful error screens and functional test scripts. Experience with the app from my extended pool of Utah Friends and Family ranged from poor to exasperating with the median results being the ability to create an account, have the app find immunization records, report the same and universally never display them. Mostly showing a pretty blue page with nothing on it except "Immunization Records updated on" xxxx Date. And that's all. No pdf, no display, nada. Through probably 60 trials over the course of fifteen days of various combinations and permutations of app deletion, account deletion and anything else we could think of, that's all we got. Bupkus. We suspect the money folks allotted 80 percent of the dollars to squirrel design, fifteen percent to coding and five percent to quality assurance. Well, ya got what you paid for. Too bad, cuz you could have built a helpful and profitable product instead of an infinite rewrite morass. Sigh.

Developer Response ,

Hi there - The connection with the Utah immunization registry can be a little sluggish sometimes. Try tapping the refresh icon on the Immunization Records screen and let us know if that doesn't do the trick. Feel free to update your review with the results. Send us your portfolio too! - Team Docket

St Paul Hope ,

App works well after syncing

The app was fairly easy for me to figure out and provided a clear path to fix the situation when my records weren’t found. I am guessing many people will need to use that method to reach out to their state health department and get all records synced up to their phone number and email so they can be found on Docket. For me this took a couple of weeks, then I received an email telling me to log in to Docket again.

Developers: when I went back in and performed my search, it just stayed on the same search screen each time rather than taking me to actually see that records had been found. I assume this is on your backlog to fix. It meant that I kept re-running the search with no indication it had completed or found results. Eventually I tried backing out of the search screen and found my records.

App Privacy

The developer, Docket Health, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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