Speaking of traveling in 2021, you may need to remember to bring two passport.
Several companies are developing “passport” applications that can prove a person’s coronavirus vaccine and test status. According to CNN, the verification can then be used to travel by air or attend large gatherings, such as concerts.
One such passport developed by Common Trust Network is working with airlines such as JetBlue, United Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, Swiss Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Lufthansa, as well as hundreds of health systems in the United States and Aruba.
Users of the app called CommonPass can upload COVID-19 test results or eventually get a certificate from a medical expert that they have received two doses of the vaccine.
The application does not disclose personal information, but generates a certificate in the form of a QR code, which can be scanned by flight attendants or security personnel. The app will also list the traveler̵
“You can be tested every time you cross the border. You cannot get the vaccine every time you cross the border.” Commons Project spokesperson Thomas Crampton said.
They are not the only ones who wish to meet in a narrow space. IBM is developing a digital health pass, which will enable places to set health requirements for entry, such as negative tests, vaccination and temperature checks. The result will be stored in the digital wallet.
Some companies are also developing a smart card that can store credentials for people who don’t have a smart phone.
“For us [about] The storage method of the digital certificate can be presented not only through a smart phone, but also to people who cannot access the stable Internet and who do not have a smart phone. “Explained the COVID-19 voucher program. “We are studying it, and some companies are doing really promising work.
Although they can effectively convey information, there is no way to know whether a passport can make travel safer.
Dr. Julie Parsonnet, an infectious disease expert at Stanford University, told CNN: “We still don’t know whether people who are vaccinated can spread the infection.”
“Until clarified, we will not know whether the’passport’ is valid.”