Tens or even hundreds of thousands of people may already be immune to the corona virus in Austria alone without knowing it.
More and more governments are now preparing comprehensive antibody tests to find these people. Most recently, Austrian officials announced a program to immediately test critical medical staff and nurses for Covid-19 immunity.
Our solution can provide immune people with a digital certificate to officially prove their immunity. It is privacy-friendly, open-source and can be implemented internationally thanks to the blockchain. No personal data is ever released to the public.
Doctors and nurses who can prove their immunity no longer need to be tested, saving thousands of test kits for those who really need it.
Not every supermarket provides self-scan checkouts. Contact to customers and employees is safe for demonstrably immune people.
A large number of people are currently unemployed or working from at home. Immune people could be the first to return to a normal life without harming others, particularly in critical sectors such as health services, energy sectors, or the media.
Many countries and regions have closed their borders due to the ongoing pandemic. Immunity certificates could convince governments to let you travel again, anywhere worldwide.
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This depends on the number of unreported Covid-19 infections. As of beginning of April 2020, an estimated 85.000 Austrians (around 1 % of the population) could be currently going through the immunization process (estimation based on PCR tests). The percentage could be substantially higher in Covid-19 hotspots such as Ischgl and St. Anton. The Austrian government is planning to carry out representative antibody tests in the near future to get a clearer picture on the precise infection rate.