Could life resume as normal thanks to a secure digital health passport? VST Enterprises believes so, as does former U.K. Sports Minister Richard Caborn, who was paramount in bringing the 2012 Olympics to London.
The company has created the V-Health Passport, which runs on the groundbreaking cybersecurity tech VCode. The passport is ready to hit the ground running and checks COVID-19 tests that include both antigen and antibody testing.
The hope is for the digital passport to help resume international air travel, and allow sports teams to be exempt from travel quarantines that are being put into place. The U.K. and Germany, among others, are deploying a 14 day strict self-quarantine as of June 8 for anyone entering the countries.
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