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Vaccertify has Designed a Prototype ‘Social Pass’ to Save Lives After Covid-19 Vaccines Roll-Out




Seattle based startup, Vaccertify has been developing a prototype ‘social pass’ that would play a significant role in saving lives once the Covid-19 vaccine distribution starts. It is an attempt by Vaccertify to help people use a digital vaccination certificate for their phones.

It would give all the required information about whether a person is vaccinated or not. The soon to be launched prototype ‘social pass’ will show a person’s name, his face picture, the name of the Covid-19 vaccine he received, and the completion date of its final shots.

Along with this prototype “social pass”, a scannable QR code will be available to help the inquirer to see the profile of a person on Only those people will receive a digital certificate who complete a COVID-19 vaccination and submit their details such as the vaccine record, a government ID & a selfie to Vaccertify.

Since the national roll-out of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine is about to begin, the development of the prototype “social pass” has been accelerated by Vaccertify. The digital “social pass” for Covid-19 vaccines will bring peace of mind to risk-prone people by helping them avoid coming in contact with people who are not vaccinated yet.

Vaccertify Co-Founder & CEO Tiara Lyons developed an idea to build a prototype ‘social pass’ when she was looking for a vaccinated babysitter after her delivery during the Covid-19 pandemic. Vaccertify provides an effective solution for social interactions where both privacy and assurance of vaccination can be maintained.

The company is planning to offer three pricing tiers; 7 day delivery for $49.99, 3 day delivery for $99.99, and 24 hour delivery for $199.99. Vaccertify is waiting for the release of a vaccine to run a pilot program. The Vaccertify digital certificate is not suitable for boarding an airplane or crossing borders.

However, it is suitable for giving assurance to an elderly person to confirm whether a person entering his house is vaccinated or not. It would give such people more safety during the pandemic period to live their lives in a stress-free way.

With experience as a full-time environmentalist and part time journalist, Lisa heads the post of editor at California Herald. She covers all the significant proceedings in the world of Environment while editing all the news pieces posted over the website to ensure everything aligns with the journalistic format.

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