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As more people get vaccinated from Covid-19, it is becoming increasingly important for us to find a way to determine who has received the vaccination and who has not. In the near future, this will likely determine who is allowed to travel internationally, as well as what types of places people can visit and what events they can attend. In this week’s On The Air, Luis Alvarez discusses what technology companies are doing to find a solution to this problem.
The passport being virtual prevents the issue of forgery, which is more likely if paper documentation were used instead. The passport will be held in an online platform that will allow other apps to hold the QR code, proving the person has been vaccinated.
Not only will this be a helpful tool for international travel, but this type of technology could be used in government buildings as well. Obviously, the government is determined to keep their offices as free of Covid as possible, so implementing this process would make working in or visiting these environments much safer for everyone.
The shift towards using this technology has already started. Kiosks that were originally meant for fever screening are now being updated to scan the QR codes. This means that as a country, we are one step closer to beating Covid and restoring day-to-day functions.
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