01 Jul 2022

Could this Irish Covid-19 vaccine passport app allow pubs and restaurants to open?

Could be part of the solution and be operational within days


Pic shows ( l to r ) Cara Cottam, Lead Nurse, RDT CARE, and Robert Brennan, RDT Care’s Chief Executive. PIC: NO FEE, MAXWELLS

Irish healthcare company RDT Care launches vaccine passport app that could help to allow for indoor dining.

The healthcare technology company says its passport which provides a solution for the hospitality sector. It says the app allows staff in restaurants and bars to quickly identify if a customer has been vaccinated or not.

The company says the ‘V-Health Passport’ is a secure smartphone app and produces a unique identifier code for fully vaccinated people.

It adds that the code can then easily scanned by hospitality staff on a phone or tablet to confirm that the customer is fully vaccinated. 

The company claims the V-Health Passport is end-to-end secure, fully GDPR compliant and ISO-27001:2013 certified. The company says it is currently presenting the system to the Government and if adopted it can be fully operational within days.

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