Digital Health Passports - New Step in Travelling
Digital Health Passports- New step in travelling. JetBlue to launch- Aruba, the first to accept. The whole world is ready to travel again. By maintaining precautions and safety measures, the aviation industry is back on track with its flyers. The latest measures include the health passports, that were launched by JetBlue Airlines.
- The airline offered these health passports to the passengers of Aruba, as a trial with the partnership of the Commons Project Foundation, Aruba's Government, and the COVID- 19 testing partners of Airlines.
- As the upcoming season is the summer and fun season, countries globally started welcoming people. The latest example of such action in Turkey. They offered to welcome tourists from British, who are both unvaccinated and Vaccinated.
- Many countries are expecting to start this, latest health passports, to prevent further mislaying due to COVID- 19 virus. The Digital Health Passports will be inaugurated between the flights from Boston to Aruba. The Airlines utilizes the health pass is through the Common Pass app which was developed by the Commons Project Foundation.
- Once the result of the test is out, then the result will be directly revealed in the app by the partners and Common Pass network, and other lab partners as well. If the result was negative, then passengers will be able to download the flying pass for further travel as a confirmation.
- Once the Common Pass health passport comes into the hand of the passengers, then Aruba will be the first nation to accept such. Many other airlines are trying to develop their health passports. But need further due to work on that.
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