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People are keen to travel using digital health passports

The study, commissioned by Amadeus and delivered by Censuswide, surveyed 9,055 travellers in France, Spain, Germany, India, UAE, Russia, Singapore, UK and US, and among its key finders were that people were keen to travel (41 per cent of travellers are keen to book international travel within six weeks of restrictions lifting), that they overwhelmingly (91 per cent) would be comfortable using digital health passports for future trips, but that companies would need to take extra care when dealing with personal health data.

“This encouraging research provides an incentive to accelerate plans for digital health passports that will help to address traveller concerns,”…

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