Indian travellers open to ‘digital health passports’, but have privacy concerns: Survey

MUMBAI: About 47 per cent of Indian travellers interviewed in a survey by a travel technology company said that they are keen to book international travel within six weeks of restrictions easing. Indians ranked high then in their eagerness to travel abroad, the global average was 41%. What was more, 93% Indian respondents said they would be comfortable using a digital health passport for future travel.
The message from Indian travelers is clear; digital health passports can be a vital tool in opening up travel once again, said the survey by Amadeus. “The study further revealed that over the past three quarters, 79% of Indian travelers would be willing to store their travel health data electronically if it meant it will enable them to…

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