A TECH expert has developed a “health passport” on phones that could allow ­vaccinated Brits back to bars, restaurants, theatres and sporting events.

VCode features a round barcode said to be more secure than the square QR code.

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A tech expert has developed a 'health passport' on phones that could allow ­vaccinated Brits back to bars, restaurants, theatres and sporting events

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A tech expert has developed a ‘health passport’ on phones that could allow ­vaccinated Brits back to bars, restaurants, theatres and sporting events

Officials can scan it from three metres away to tell if a person has been jabbed, and the date and results of all Covid tests.

Department of Health chiefs are in talks with Louis-James Davis, 32, of Manchester-based VST Enterprises.

He said: “It’s not yet clear what restrictions will be in place later in the year but the VCode would be able to handle any of them.

“Organisers would be confident about letting you into an event and you would feel safe, knowing the others around were also in the low-risk category.”

“There’s the added advantage that the VCode is much more secure than the QR code. It’s also unhackable and tamper proof. And, unlike a paper certificate, it cannot be forged.”

VCode is the next generation of code scanning technology, with an infinite range of capabilities from identification and facial recognition to ticketing and asset tracking.

The distinctive code is devised in a way that there are enough to produce 300 million for every person on Earth.

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