Those who receive Kovid-19 shots at thousands of Walmart and Sam’s Club stores may soon be able to verify their vaccination status at airports, schools and other locations using the Health Passport app on their smartphones .
The retail giant said on Wednesday that it had signed an international effort to provide standardized Digital vaccination credentials Consumers. Company joins a Already supported By major health centers and technology companies including Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, Cerner, Epic Systems, Miter Corporation and Mayo Clinic.
The involvement of Walmart offering vaccines at thousands of stores is likely to accelerate the adoption of digital vaccination credentials.
The company said that people who found Kovid shots at Walmart and Sam’s Club stores would be able to use the Free Health Passport app to verify their vaccination records and then generate a smartphone code that would give them an aircraft May allow to climb or enter a play area.
Apps include Health Pass, developed by Health Pass, a security company that uses biometric technology to confirm people’s identities at airports, and CommonPass developed by the Commons Project Foundation, a nonprofit in Geneva .
“The Walmart is the first large-scale administrator of the vaccine committed to giving people a safe, verified record of their vaccinations,” said Paul Mayer, chief executive of the Commons Project. “We think many others will follow.”