USA. Digital Vaccine Passes Will Soon Be Used By More Than 30 States

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December 6. If Covid-19 has taught travelers anything over the past two years, it is that this pandemic is not going away anytime soon. Another reality: Travelers are being asked more often to show proof of vaccination at different points along a trip, whether that is to board an international flight, dine at a particular restaurant, visit a certain museum or attend a concert or play.

This trend cannot be dismissed as merely a coastal phenomenon. Bindle, a health verification app that helps venues verify attendees’ vaccine status, has hundreds of clients spanning more than 30 states, from blue strongholds like California and New York to red leaners like Texas, Florida, Arkansas, Missouri and Georgia.

“In the past four months, Bindle has seen a 10X increase in inbound requests for our technology,” says the company’s CEO, Gus Warren, as “more and more locations recognize A) the virus is becoming endemic and B) fraudulent paper credentials are an ongoing issue and challenge.”

While the United States does not have and will never have a federal vaccine pass, a growing number of states are recognizing the need to provide their residents with access to a digital proof of vaccine that can be easily verified.

Source: Forbes

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