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StoreSMART’s COVID-19 Vaccine Card Plastic Holders: Better Option than Lamination

A clear plastic pocket on a table with a vaccination card inside.

Keep your cards protected.

Clear plastic vaccine card pocket, being held by a hand, next to a purse.

Plastic Pocket for Vaccine Cards

A vaccination card being slipped into a clear plastic pocket.

Your cards are secure, but easily accessible.

What’s the best way to keep these important vaccination cards safe?

Some cards could be damaged by lamination. Information might need to be added to the card. StoreSMART’s plastic pockets avoids both problems. Cards remain safely protected and easily accessible.”
— Reenie Feingold, CEO and founder of StoreSMART
ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, August 2, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Millions of vaccinated Americans have been handed small paper cards issued by the Centers for Disease Control that document their immunization records. The little cards hold data that may be key to resuming work, travel, school, and leisure activities. So, what’s the best way to keep these important little cards safe?

StoreSMART has come up with a simple and inexpensive method—the Vaccine Card Plastic Holder—a clear plastic pocket that keeps proof of vaccination cards protected, easily visible, and free from destructive accidents and spills. Just slip the card into the plastic pocket and conveniently remove it when necessary.

“There has been some discussion around the desirability of laminating a proof of vaccination card,” says Reenie Feingold, CEO and founder of StoreSMART. “It’s been pointed out that some cards, printed on thermal paper or having thermal labels, could become damaged and made illegible by lamination. It’s also been suggested that, at some point, additional information about a booster shot might need to be added to the card. StoreSMART’s durable plastic pockets avoids both problems. Once slipped inside the clear, lightweight pocket, cards remain safely protected while they are easily accessible and can slip in and out quickly, whether in a purse, backpack, or pocket.”

Vaccinated individuals might want to take a few additional steps to safeguard their records. Feingold echoes recommendations by the CDC and other health professionals that vaccinated individuals take a picture of their card and e-mail it to themselves, plus store a photocopy of the card safely in home files.

StoreSMART’s Vaccine Card Plastic Holders have additional practical uses, too. They can help organize insurance information, social security cards, medical information, or appointment cards; or safely hold credit cards, driver’s licenses, tickets, cash, and other small items.

The 3 3/8” x 4 3/8” pockets have a 3” x 4” interior capacity. They are made of 8-gauge crystal clear vinyl for ultimate visibility and open on the short side with a ¼” lip.

To obtain FREE samples for review by your publication, contact Stan@Storesmart.com or call 800-424-1011 x 9208. See www.StoreSMART.com/Press for high-resolution publication Images.

StoreSMART has been creating and marketing quality products and services for storage, organization, display, filing, and distribution since 1971. The StoreSMART catalog is brimming with new products to help everyone get—and stay—organized. For more information, visit StoreSMART.com or call 800-424-1011.

Contact: Stan Feingold StoreSMART 180 Metro Park, Rochester, NY 14623
800-424-1011 x 9208 or 585-278-9208

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