Page 14 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 2022 Former EHS football star Lewis Cine honored as defensive player of the game at National College Championship T he Georgia Bulldogs defeated Alabama, 33-18, in the College Football National Championship, winning their first title since 1980 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Monday night. A former Everett High School defensive standout, Lewis Cine, was honored as the defensive player of the game. GBL NOTEBOOK | FROM PAGE 12 the season, 97-71, and have earned wins over Greater Boston League teams Lynn Classical (89-75), Somerville (87-73) and Lynn English (76-54). Revere’s two setbacks have both been to Malden, falling 93-75 in the first meeting and 90-77 this week. The Patriots have had a lot of individual success stories, including senior captain Mohamed Benzerdjeb, who was first in the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke against Classical, first in the 200 IM against Shawsheen, and first in the 100 butterfly against Malden. Senior and team captain Ashton Hoang had five first-place and five second-place finishes in his individual events. Sophomore Alem Cesic has won nine out of 10 races and has won all four of the 500 freestyle endurance races. Coach Porrazzo pointed to the contributions of senior captain Daniel Cardona, junior captain Luanna Carvalhais seniors Julian Goglia and Miguel Leonarte, juniors Gavin Rua and Kathy Trinh and freshman Jannet Sheli; also sophomores Matthew Shell, Harrison Rua, Vilson Lipa, Mo Al-Azzawi and Nate Hill and junior Jennifer Rivera-Ayala. Lewis Cine, a defensive back for the Georgia Bulldogs, was named defensive player of the game following Georgia’s 33-18 win over Alabama in the College Football National Championship game on Monday night.(Photo Courtesy of the University of Georgia) BAKER | FROM PAGE 8 ing a four-digit PIN, the user receives a link to their vaccine record that will open upon reentry of the PIN. The electronic record shows the same information as a paper CDC vaccine card: name, date of birth, date of vaccinations and vaccine manufacturer. It also includes a QR code that makes these same details readable by a QR scanner, including smartphone apps. Once the SMART Health Card is received, users can save the QR code to their phone, such as the Apple Wallet, screenshot the information and save it to their phone’s photos, or print out a copy for a paper record. The system follows national standards for security and privacy. This system provides an optional way that residents can access their vaccination inFormer Crimson Tide football star Lewis Cine is shown intercepting a pass against Xaverian in 2016. (Advocate File Photo) formation and a COVID-19 digital vaccine card. This will provide residents with another tool to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination, should it be requested by businesses, local governments or other entities. The system leverages the Massachusetts Immunization Information System (MIIS), the official database used by health care providers across the state to record vaccination information. The system relies on hundreds of providers inputting demographic and health information. Some users might not be able to immediately find their record or might find an incomplete record. Residents whose record is incomplete or cannot be found can either contact their health care provider or contact the MIIS team to update their records. Learn more about the tool and view frequently asked questions at www.mass.gov/ myvaxrecord. Ma s s a chus e t t s ha s worked with VCI™, a voluntary coalition of public and private organizations which developed the open-source SMART Health Card Framework in use by other states. The VCI coalition is dedicated to improving privacy and security of patient information, making medical records portable and reducing healthcare fraud. My Vax Records is just one way residents can obtain their COVID-19 vaccination record. Pharmacies that administered the COVID-19 vaccine and many health care providers also are making SMART Health Cards available or are providing additional options. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER FACEBOOK.COM/ADVOCATE.NEWS.MA

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