COVID-19 public alert system and immunity I.D. band could save lives

JACKSON, Wyo. – Lifekey has introduced a new technology that could help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in your community and help people get back to work and travel post-quarantine.

“We have already built a secure, HIPAA compliant platform for you to store and share your personal medical data when it’s needed most,” said Lifekey CEO, Jason Kintzler. “This was a logical next step for us that can potentially save lives in the process.”

Lifekey Immunity Bands help people get back to work, travel, and daily life by enabling easy, contactless sharing of up-to-date COVID-19 immunity status. By simply tapping the smart wristband with a smartphone, business operators and employers can instantly see whether a patron or employee is cleared for entry by a registered US physician who has vaccinated and/or tested the person for COVID-19 or its resultant antibodies.

Lifekey can notify the public and health professionals about up-to-date COIVD-19 information. Photo: Lifekey // Peter Lobozzo

The Lifekey App can be used by community members as a standalone tool to fight the spread of COVID-19 by enabling background location sharing. While enabled, Lifekey’s powerful and secure app will keep a real-time record of your location and notify public health professionals if you come in proximity to someone who is symptomatic or has tested positive for COVID-19.

Lifekey technology will combine private sector innovation and public sector administration to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in U.S. communities.

“We can’t do this alone. Neither can one hospital or one doctor. It’s going to take all of us. By enabling Lifekey location sharing just as you do in so many social apps already, we can marry that with test results to give people peace of mind and notify them if they’re in danger,” explained Kintzler.

To help fast track the technology, Lifekey has started a petition where community members, health care workers, employers and more can show their support for the technology.

The company is currently working to retrofit their existing Smart Strap inventory as Immunity Bands and create the Provider Portal necessary for physicians to update patient data remotely as results become available.

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