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UK plans test of digital health passports for Covid vaccine recipients

Wednesday 13 January 2021 | 11:01 CET | News
The UK government is funding a trial of health passports for Britons who have received coronavirus vaccines, reports The Telegraph. The digital passport, created by cybersecurity company Mvine and biometrics specialist iProov, will be issued through a free app for users to provide digital proof of their vaccine.

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Companies: iProov / Mvine
Countries: United Kingdom
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