Malaysia’s Immunitee health passport successfully verifies first live passenger in Singapore

SINGAPORE (April 14): Immunitee, a Malaysian health passport public-blockchain based app, has successfully completed its first live passenger verification from KL International Airport to Singapore on April 10, using a paperless and secure blockchain-based electronic Covid-19 swab test digital result.

In partnership with Qualitas Medical Group, the passenger did his RT-PCR swab test at a Qualitas 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 has successfully reached this crucial milestone. We believe that our strength lies in how we take data security and confidential information…

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