In the midst of a global pandemic, everyone is vulnerable. The COVID-19 virus is highly contagious and can easily pass from one person to another. However, with the recent advancements in the vaccine-making process, people can access various vaccines. However, not everyone has been vaccinated. Those that are yet to go for the vaccine pose a risk to the vaccinated group. A single COVID-19 positive case can halt your business, hampering your employees' productivity. As a result, some companies have installed a vaccine validation system to protect employees and clients from the virus. This piece will explain three salient features of this system that can control the virus and protect people accessing your business:
It Determines the Vaccination Status of Visitors
This system validates the vaccination status of employees, clients, and everyone accessing your facility. It is an automated system that controls people's access to your business, depending on the internal and government policies. Some facilities that host high-risk individuals, such as a nursing home, may expect higher standards than others, such as restaurants. This vaccine validation system will ask individuals who disclose their information whether they are partially or fully vaccinated. It allows you to determine whether you will give the customers access to your business based on their vaccination status.
It Works Across Multiple Platforms
A sound vaccine validation system can work across various platforms. It is common to find a kiosk at every business's entry point comprising of an interactive screen with a camera and a temperature gun. This kiosk is part of an intricate system accessible to your smartphone and laptop. Visitors can sign in before reaching your facility and agree to a consent form right on their smartphones. They can also upload their vaccine card and additional documents to verify their vaccination status. This system ensures seamless entry into your premises without unnecessary delays.
It Can Differentiate Between Visitors and Staff
Every business receives various customers daily. These visitors include clients, vendors, suppliers, and staff, who are integral to running the business. An elaborate vaccine validation system can differentiate between a customer and a staff, thus prompting specific requirements before entering. Staff members may be expected to show a vaccination card proving they are fully or partially vaccinated. In contrast, vendors and suppliers may need only to show a negative COVID-19 test. As a result, you will control the visitors' entry credentials and change them to keep up with the prevailing conditions.