Desmond’s Covid-19 passport app gains 1.5 million users
VeriFly, an app produced by Dermot Desmond’s biometrics company, checks Covid-19 vaccination certs and tests
Daon, a biometrics company owned by billionaire financier Dermot Desmond, now has 1.5 million users of its Covid-19 passport app, the company said.
The app, called VeriFLY, provides a way for businesses and organisations including airlines, hospitality groups and sports bodies to vet Covid-19 vaccination certs and test verification details.
It is facilitating tens of thousands of Covid-19 test and vaccine verification checks each day, according to the company.
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