By the end of the year, the records of the thousands of coronavirus cases in California will be finalized and posted online.
The records will be subject to verification by coronaviruses testing labs, which will use an automated process that uses a unique identifier to identify the person who took the virus.
That identifier is the person’s recordable vaccination record.
The state of California will then post a new record card with a new vaccination record for each person who has had the virus, with the date of the first vaccination recorded in parentheses.
If a person is vaccinated, that record will be added to the person a second time after the first, and so on.
The record will also include the person and date of vaccination, along with the person�s date of birth, date of death and a record number.
Each person who is vaccinated will also have a recordable date of enrollment, which would indicate the date they first became enrolled.
The California state health department has been tracking the vaccination records of coronovirus cases since the state began tracking them in December, and will be updating them every six months.
In recent weeks, the state has added nearly 2,000 new records, as more than 200 people have died.
California has posted more than 8,000 vaccination records since December, making it one of the most populous states in the nation to have that many records, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The state is one of eight states that have already posted a record on the online database, according the CDC.
A total of about 1.4 million people in California have had at least one dose of the vaccine, and another 790,000 have received more than two doses, according data compiled by the state.
The vaccination records are being kept by coronivirus testing labs that do not require a nurse practitioner to administer the vaccine.
But a nurse-prescribed dose of vaccines can be given in a nurse�s office.
The new record system is one part of a broader program that the state is building to monitor the coronaviral pandemic and to identify cases in the community, the health department said in a statement.