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Immunitee verifies 1st live passenger in Singapore

by S BIRRUNTHA / pic credit: Immunitee

MALAYSIA’S health passport public-blockchain-based app, Immunitee, has successfully completed its first live passenger verification from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Singapore on April 10 using a paperless and secure blockchain-based electronic Covid-19 swab test digital result.

The Singaporean passenger did his RT-PCR (reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction) swab test at a Qualitas Medical Group Clinic, and had his results electronically stored directly onto the blockchain allowing his QR code in the Immunitee app to be successfully read and accepted by immigration in Singapore.

Immunitee CEO Datuk Dr Nick Boden (picture) said the app allows users to store Covid-19 swab test…

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