This content was published on February 22, 2021 – 11:33 pm
Sydney (Australia), 22 February (EFE). Airline Air New Zealand announced on Monday that it would begin testing a digital health passport of sorts from April, including vaccination of the Kovid-19 to resume travel safely. .
With this digital certificate, which is based on an application developed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the company intends to speed up travel after the reopening of the boundaries and provide passengers with privacy and security, Allow data to be saved. .
“It’s a digital health certificate to share very easily and securely with airlines,” says Jennifer Sepul, director of the Digital Office for Air New Zealand, stressing that after the epidemic “the way you Traveling once again, that would be very different. “.
Sepul states in an airline statement that the application will also provide “confidence” to passengers, airlines and governments when it resumes routes.
Nick Karen, AITA’s vice president for passenger and merchandise security, says the Digital Health Certificate Test will prove to be a milestone to resume the journey.
“Governments can ensure that passengers meet all the requirements (to avoid proliferation) of Kovid-19”, comments Kering, via this application.
The first route that will test this digital health passport will be in April on the unspecified date between the city of Auckland in New Zealand and the Australian city of Sydney. EFE
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