Travel has slowly gained momentum globally and airlines are looking to make travel easier. Many destinations require travelers to present test results upon arrival and this program is aimed to help make it easier to verify certified COVID-19 test results while traveling internationally. The Commons Project CEO, Paul Meyes, highlights the following.
“The goal of these trials is to demonstrate to governments that they can rely on someone getting tested in one country and present their credentials in another country,” Meyer told Reuters.
How it works
Volunteer passengers will be required to upload coronavirus test results from a certified lab to their smartphones. Additionally, they must complete any required health screening questions. A verified quick response code will be generated that airline staff and border officials can scan.
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United flights arrive to/from Houston to Belize Friday – Sundays. In December Belize will welcome a new non-stop route with service to Denver, Colorado. With Belize now open, non-stop Saturday service to Belize City, Belize (BZE) departing from Denver (DEN) will be available for bookings starting Saturday, October 17 on United.com. While United Airlines announces eight new routes and increases flights to 19 destinations for Winter Sun-Seekers, the new route via Denver will allows both Americans and Belizeans alike greater connectivity, access to key routes, and more convenient schedules. Meanwhile, United resumed service to Belize on October 2 with flights from Houston, Texas (IAH). Learn more about flying to Belize here.