VaxiCode, the application that would serve as the “vaccine passport” to present vaccine proof is now available for phones running the Android operating system.
The VaxiCode app is now available on Google Play Store even though the page of play store is yet to be indexed on Google search.
The VaxiCode app and its companion app, VaxiCode Verif, were previously launched on Apple’s iOS Operating System. The app soared to the top of the download charts, surpassing other massively popular free apps like TikTok and Instagram in Canada.
📲Les applications VaxiCode et VaxiCode Verif sont maintenant disponibles sur Google Play, voici les liens pour téléchargement :
— Christian Dubé (@cdube_sante) August 30, 2021
The two apps work together, with the first allowing users to display a QR code that people can scan with the Verif app to confirm the individual’s vaccine status.
In Canada, restaurants, gyms, bars and other non-essential places will have to require a vaccination verification for customers 13 years and older, in effect from Wednesday.
People who have not downloaded the application will still be able to present a digital or printed photo of the QR code present on the vaccine proof.
Click the button below to download the app for Android from Google Play Store