Governments and developers worldwide are exploring how certificates and passports could help reopen economies by identifying those protected against COVID-19. While the proof of vaccination for travel is not a new concept, sharing health-related documentation in a verifiable, safe, and privacy-protecting manner is giving governments the confidence to open borders. Digital health passports are now taking off as it confirms to airline staff or border control agents that a particular individual is at low risk of acquiring or transmitting the virus. Just as your physical passports provide standardized proof of identification, digital health passports provide standardized information about your health, including your vaccination certificates and COVID-19 test results. Watch this video to learn more about digital health passports.
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