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With Excelsior Pass, New York became the first state on Friday to launch a so-called vaccine passport, as reported by USA Today. The Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo also promoted the launch over Friday on Twitter.
Today we launched Excelsior Pass, a free platform for businesses & individuals that can be used to easily access secure proof of a recent negative COVID test or vaccination.
It’s a first of its kind tool to help NY fight COVID while reopening our economy safely.
Using the downloaded app with some personal informational to confirm their identity, New Yorkers can prove with a digital QR code that they have been vaccinated. “The data will come from the state’s vaccine registry and also will be linked to testing data from a number of pre-approved testing companies,” according to USA Today. The passport will be helpful to getting into events and venues, and “already enables people to increase the size of a wedding party, or other catered event.”
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