For Galaxy devices, the Samsung Wallet is the ideal way to save all of your credit cards, loyalty cards, and other cards in one location. However, did you know that you may save your immunization record here as well? You can see how it functions in this brief tutorial from Droid Tools.

If you frequently travel, you are aware of the problem: Each nation on the planet, and even certain states, has its own method for showing the status of vaccinations on mobile devices. Particularly if you currently use wallet apps to store credit card information and the like, practical solutions for keeping immunization passes include Samsung Wallet. Let me quickly go over everything you need to do.

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  1. Open Samsung Wallet.
  2. Tap on Health Pass.
  3. Tap the plus sign in the upper right corner.
  4. Then select whether you want to scan a QR code or receive a pass from a provider. (The latter currently only works with the IBM Digital Health Pass Wallet).
  5. Scan the QR code of your proof of vaccination, or select a screenshot of the code.
  6. Confirm the process at the bottom right by clicking Add.

That’s it! From now on, all you need is the Samsung Wallet app to prove your vaccination status. If you open the Health Passport there, the QR code is displayed together with your name, date of birth and vaccination history.

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