Common Pass - empowering individuals with digital access to their health information

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By: Humberto Benavente | May 24, 2021

For global travel and trade to return to pre-pandemic levels, travellers need a secure and verifiable way to document their health status as they cross borders. Countries will need to be able to validate a traveller's record of a COVID PCR test or vaccination administered in another country. Countries will also need the flexibility to update their health screening entry requirements as the pandemic evolves and science progresses. Airlines, airports and other travel industry stakeholders will need the same.

The Commons Project has founded the Common Trust Network - a network of public and private partners committed to empowering individuals with digital access to their health information so they can protect and improve their health and demonstrate their health status to safely return to travel, work, school and live. The Common Trust Network has now expanded to cover 32 countries and welcomes amazing partners like Mastercard, IBM, Salesforce, Oracle, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Labcorp, Quest Diagnostics, BioReference Laboratories, CENTOGENE, Cerballiance, Eurofins , Screen4 LTD , Vault Health , XpresCheck , Aceso Health, Affinidi , Accredify, Dimagi, Globant, Econet Global, Yoti , Amadeus, SITA,, United Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, JetBlue Airways, Lufthansa, Qantas. This is a big step towards their aim of being able to provide a truly international and global solution for the common good.

After they announced that CommonPass went in operation on all Lufthansa flights to the US on March 31st, they are now also live on flights to Aruba and Hawaii.


Humberto Benavente


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