Network Includes Testing and Vaccination Providers in 32 Countries Committed to Empowering Patients with Verifiable Digital Health Certificates Based on Open, Interoperable Standards
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As countries seek to relax border restrictions, quarantines and lockdowns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, they need a more reliable, trustworthy, and efficient way to validate the health status of incoming travelers. Even with low passenger volumes, airports around the world have been plagued with long lines as airline staff and border guards scrutinize easily forged paper-based test and vaccination certificates. Health pass apps and QR codes can help, but only if the test results or vaccination records they contain are verifiable and come from trusted sources.
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“The rapid pace of vaccinations, combined with individuals’ desire to become mobile again, has created a need for verified, personal COVID-19 testing and vaccination results as a necessary public health measure,” said
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