Future air travel may include digital proof of COVID-19 vaccination

Places like entertainment, venues or airports might soon require people to show proof of being vaccinated for COVID-19.

If you are traveling in the U.S. you don’t need to show a COVID -19 vaccination card yet.

But Patrick Tracey with the Appleton International Airport says there are half a dozen digital health passports already in development.

They show proof of COVID -19 vaccination or negative tests.

“The proof of COVID test or potential proof of vaccination – that would be located within the airline’s system as part of your travel documents,” said Tracey.

Tracey says U.S. travelers might use digital health passports for flights as soon as this fall.

The Global Business Travel Association is a business travel and meetings trade organization.

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