This is what the UK's Covid-19 vaccination cards will look like

The cards remind people to secure the second dose of the vaccine.

London (CNN)Images have been released of a credit card-sized document that will be given to recipients of the Covid-19 vaccine in the UK, recording the specifics of the medication and reminding them to receive a second dose of the jab.

Britain's healthcare providers are preparing to start administering the first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine starting Tuesday -- less than a week after the United Kingdom became the first Western nation to approve a vaccine.
In a first wave of vaccinations, around 50 "hospital hubs" in England will begin offering the vaccine to people over 80, higher-risk National Health Service workers and care home staff. After that, doctors' offices will start operating local vaccination centers — around 1,000 across England — to vaccinate vulnerable patients.
Recipients of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine will receive two doses of the vaccine, which is stored at temperatures of minus-70 degrees Celsius (minus-94 Fahrenheit), three weeks apart.
Images of the NHS card show spaces for recording the vaccine name, the date of immunization and batch number of each of the doses given.