On September 29, the Good Health Pass Collaborative sent a letter to President Joseph R. Biden applauding his plan to mandate vaccination or weekly COVID testing for employees of companies with more than 100 employees, federal employees, and healthcare workers. The letter also expressed disappointment in the administration’s failure to recognize the need for verifiable digital health passes as a precursor to large scale vaccination and testing mandates, and offers the support and collaboration of the more than 125 companies and organizations that make up the Good Health Pass Collaborative.
On May 19, the Good Health Pass Collaborative sent a letter to the to the presidents and prime ministers of G7 and guest nations – India, South Africa, and South Korea – and the European Commission in advance of the 47th G7 Summit, which will be held in Cornwall, UK June 11–13. The letter, signed by ID2020 executive director, Dakota Gruener calls for urgent and coordinated action to ensure that digital health passes can be universally recognized and accepted by airlines and border control agencies.
In an April 19 letter to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, the Good Health Pass Collaborative offered its collaboration and support to the Government of Australia in response to a recent government decision to cancel plans to expand “travel bubbles” to other countries beyond New Zealand.
On March 15, the Good Health Pass Collaborative sent a letter to White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator, Jeff Zients urging the Biden administration to establish official guidance for the development and deployment of digital health passes for travel and other use cases.
The letter offers the Collaborative’s full support and collaboration to ensure that digital health passes achieve their desired objectives – and that they do so while simultaneously protecting civil liberties and promoting health equity.