CommonPass Digital Health Pass and Global Trust Framework Launches to Enable Safer Travel and Accelerate Border Reopenings

  • Trials to begin between London, New York, Hong Kong and Singapore with Cathay Pacific Airways and United Airlines, enabling travellers to start sharing certified COVID-19 test status across borders for the first time

  • Launched by The World Economic Forum and The Commons Project Foundation, a Swiss-based non-profit building digital services for the common good

  • United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to observe trials

The Commons Project Foundation and the World Economic Forum today announced international trials starting this week for CommonPass, a digital health pass for travellers to securely document their certified COVID-19 test status while keeping their health data private.

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CommonPass is built on the CommonPass Framework that establishes standard methods for lab results and vaccination records to be certified and enables governments to set and

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Access Community Health And Heartland Bank Join Forces To Enable Ageing Kiwis To Keep Independence

Access Community Health and Heartland Bank join
forces to enable ageing New Zealanders to maintain
independence in their homes for longer

A new
initiative between Access Community Health and Heartland
Bank has launched today, designed to enable New Zealand’s
ageing population to remain living independently and
comfortably in their own homes and communities for
longer.

The collaboration has been established on the
back of a desire from New Zealand’s over-60 age group to
‘age in place’, where seniors choose to remain living in
their homes and communities. The initiative offers eligible
homeowners the option to use a portion of the equity in
their properties to fund in-home care and support through
Access Community Health.

Alison van Wyk, CEO of Access
Community Health, says this initiative will help enable
those who require additional dedicated care and support to
take control

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