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"Businesses, institutions, and NGOs need access to secure solutions that verify someone's identity and vaccination status for the economy to recover," says Passbase's CEO, Dave McGibbon.
NEW YORK, NY, June 03, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Reportedly, half of all US adults are now fully vaccinated against Covid-19. (NPR) As states re-open, businesses are using incentives create safety and encourage ongoing vaccinations.
To help businesses and organizations, Passbase has launched a CDC Covid-19 vaccination card scanoption in its no-code identity verification platform. (Link)
- Teams can use the Passbase dashboard to drag and drop a CDC Covid-19 vaccination card scan into their customized identity verification flow. Passbase can be incorporated by engineering teams using mobile, web, and server-side SDKs as well as a (no-code solution) and a (hosted integration).
Showing proof of vaccination remains controversial for policymakers and consumers. According to the Decision Analyst Covid Consumer Reactions Wave 17 report, 45% of respondents stated that being forced to prove they took the vaccine is a violation of their rights.
Businesses are now using incentives to boost vaccination adoption and sales by offering free food to customers (CNN) and United Airlines has offered a free flight lottery for vaccinated customers. (NYTimes)
Early versions of vaccine pass apps, such as New York State's Excelsior Pass, have had challenges with fraud and accessing the state's immunization database for users to create accounts. (WashingtonPost)
Currently, consumers need to download separate apps, such as the Excelsior Pass for New York State, and prove their vaccination status for every new registration.
Passbase's CDC Covid-19 vaccination card scan can be embedded into apps and websites by developers who code as well as through no-code options. Passbase's identity verification solution has SDKs for developers and easy integration for websites and online stores, such as ones built with Shopify. Businesses using Passbase can allow their users to reuse documents without scanning again.
"Businesses, institutions, and NGOs need access to secure solutions that verify someone's identity and vaccination status for the economy to recover," says Passbase's CEO, Dave McGibbon. "Passbase's CDC Covid-19 vaccination card scan is designed to make proof of vaccinations accessible and easy to incorporate, while also being easy-to-use and privacy-preserving for consumers."
Passbase is a next-generation identity verification provider that helps companies solve their digital identity challenges in a compliant, privacy-oriented and user-centric way. Its developer friendly, highly customisable tools and flexible pricing allow companies to incorporate ID verification, AML compliance, and age verification into their products and platforms. By building a trust infrastructure for the internet, Passbase keeps businesses compliant and secure, and end users safe.
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