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Recently, Google announced that the Google Pay app was able to save and display COVID-19 vaccination information on Android devices. This feature will be rolled out in the US and then gradually expand to other countries and territories.
In the context of the complicated development of the COVID-19 pandemic, every resident of the world wants to be vaccinated and countries are also proposing a vaccine passport solution to make travel easier. By integrating vaccination information into smartphones, Google eliminates the need for people to carry a certificate.
The information listed in Google’s COVID-19 vaccine passport includes which brand of vaccine and when you got it. Clicking on the details will see more information such as where you injected the vaccine and the production information of the vaccine batch.
For security reasons, Google Pay will not store your data in the cloud, share it with third parties, and use it for advertising campaigns.
In addition, you can save vaccination information on various Android devices. However, since the information is not stored in the cloud, you will have to manually add the information on each device.
You can also create a desktop shortcut for quick access to your vaccine passport. Of course, you can set up a password/pin or biometric security to keep your vaccination information safe.
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