As part of our duty of care to our members, guests, and staff, please be assured that your safety and wellbeing is always our top priority at Club Umina,

With restrictions easing for unvaccinated people from the 15th of December and the recent rise in COVID-19 cases, Club Umina has decided to continue to keep our existing entry conditions in place which requires everyone to be fully vaccinated to be allowed to enter.

We continue to work hard in managing the situation and maintaining a safe environment, which is why a comprehensive COVID-19 safety plan will also remain in place at Club Umina to help minimize the risk of transmission within the Club.
Our current preventive measures will continue to include regular cleaning, frequent routine disinfection throughout the club, and accessible hand sanitizers at key locations to name a few.

We appreciate your support as we remain committed to safeguarding everyone’s health and welfare. We will keep you updated on this situation and implement changes as required.

Getting proof of your COVID-19 vaccinations online

Ready to get out and about? Remember, you will need to provide proof that you have been fully vaccinated to be allowed entry into Clubs and other non-essential businesses within NSW.

You can get this online through your My Health Record, Medicare Online or Medicare Express Plus App. Visit the NSW website for a step-by-step guide: https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/vaccination/proof

I can’t access my COVID-19 vaccinations online. How do I get a hardcopy/offline/physical proof of my vaccinations?

You can visit your GP or Immunisation Provider to print a copy for you.

You can also call the Australian Immunisation Register on 1800 653 809 (Monday to Friday 8 am to 5 pm) and ask them to send your immunisation history statement to you. It can take up to 14 days to arrive in the post.

How to get a record of your COVID-19 Vaccination

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced that once 70% full vaccination has been achieved, a range of restrictions will be lifted for those who are vaccinated.
When clubs reopen, it is likely only vaccinated patrons can enter. Don’t delay and get vaccinated.
If you have received at least 1 dose, proof of your COVID-19 vaccination will be recorded on your immunisation history statement after you’ve had your vaccine. The government is working on updating the Service NSW App to allow for your vaccination record to be easily accessible through the app. In the meantime, there are other ways to get a record of your vaccination:

✔️ your Medicare online account

✔️ the Express Plus Medicare app

✔️ the Australian Immunisation Register or;

✔️ My Health Record

Medicare Online Account

  1. Sign in to your myGov account (my.gov.au) and choose Medicare
  2. From the Immunisation history section, click on the View statement
  3. Choose your name
  4. Click on View history statement (PDF)

Don’t have a myGov account? Find out how to create one here.

Want to add your COVID-19 digital certificate to your Apple Wallet or Google Pay? After choosing your name (Step 3 above), click on View COVID-19 digital certificate and select either  Add to Apple Wallet or save to phone for Google Pay.

Australian Immunisation Register

Call the Australian Immunisation Register on 1800 653 809 between 8 am–5 pm, Monday to Friday.

Ask them to send your immunisation history statement to you. It can take up to 14 days
to arrive by mail.

If you need an interpreter, please call the Telephone Interpreter Service (TIS) on 131

My Health Record

If you don’t have a Medicare card, you can get your immunisation history statement from
My Health Record.

1. Sign in to your myGov account

(my.gov.au) and choose My Health Record

2. Choose your name

3. From the Documents section choose, Immunisations

For more information on how to access your immunization history statement, go to servicesaustralia.gov.au/ihs

To find out more about the COVID-19 Vaccination Program in NSW, go to health.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

The Club Umina Staff and Management  hope to see you soon and that your families are keeping safe and well