We recently wrote about CLEAR giving some members the ability to create a digital COVID-19 vaccine “passport” or proof of vaccination.
But several readers were frustrated that government-provided vaccinations were not eligible for the feature.
That seems to have changed, though.
To get started, open your CLEAR app and select “Digital vaccine card.”
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You’ll be required to take a selfie — presumably so CLEAR can compare your biometrics to the ones they have on file.
Then enter the dates and locations of when and where you received your COVID-19 vaccination.
Then scan the front of your CDC vaccination card.
Then wait while CLEAR processes all your information.
René said the process was complete within seconds. For me, though, the app “hung” for about nine minutes. So I closed and reopened it. Then I was greeted with my new digital COVID-19 vaccination “passport.” It’s my CLEAR profile picture and a QR code.
I’m glad CLEAR opened up its digital vaccine card feature to all members. Registration is simple. When and where we’ll need to use it is something that remains to be seen, I guess.
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