The Datachip COVID-19 Vaccine Status For USA provides returns vaccine data from the GHO data webservice, Athena. From the provider: "Vaccination Status API unifies endpoints and data models across vaccination status APIs from different countries and provider so that you can code just once and instantly integrate your app with many providers. We figured out the ins and outs each county and provider’s API so you don’t have to.
This Unified API helps you retrieve the Vaccination status of any person from supported countries with their consent. We are adding different countries and providers regularly as they are available.
Using our unified API, Developers can connect with lots of different countries through a single API, eliminating the need to learn each country’s API
At Airports – Facilitates safer airline and cross border travel by giving both travelers and respective governments confidence in each traveler verified COVID-19 vaccination status
At Any International Exhibitions - During an international event or any exhibition conducted by exhibitors like FICCI, CII by integrating DataChip Unified API with their application can able to safeguard their event
At Hospitality Industry – Another industry dramatically affected by the COVID -19 is the Hospitality industry by integrating the unified API with their application could regain confidence and safeguard the industry.
We are DataChip, a Delaware (USA) corporation, and we develop innovative and niche software products such as "uScann" – Non-contact temperature monitoring, "Health Badge" – Showcase COVID-19 Vaccination Status for travelers, and many other products. For additional details, please visit our website https://www.datachip.io/.
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