Reopening the Economy
Verified identity technology enables better, faster COVID-19 compliance tracking
Merit’s verified identity platform helps states and public health agencies partner with businesses to reopen and rebuild the economy safely, with no additional infrastructure needed.
Verified identity bridges information gaps and delivers visibility
Health care professionals performed over 218 million COVID-19 tests in the U.S. as of December 2020.1
The federal government plans to deliver at least 300 million vaccine doses shortly. Most applicable vaccines require 2 doses a couple weeks apart.2 This adds to the complexity of tracking compliance for public health.
A sizable portion of the population is skeptical about vaccine efficacy and safety, and there are many important issues for public health experts to work through.3
We’re all eager to return to normal life: sports, concerts, travel, and even the office. Verifying COVID-19 testing and vaccination status for individuals is critical to ensuring public safety.
Having quick and easy access to updated, verified COVID-19 testing and vaccination status in the hands of every American can help the economy get back on track.
How it works
An individual gets tested or vaccinated for COVID-19.
Test results and vaccination records are shared with the state’s Department of Health Services or local health departments.
Merit combines test results, vaccination records, employment locations, and current regulations into a verified credential for individuals, including a compliance expiration date.
Individuals can track their compliance through the free Merit app or on the web.
Organizations and event venues can easily verify credentials to ensure an individual’s COVID-19 compliance, while states have actionable insights for greater oversight.
Get back to normal quicker with Merit’s verified identity approach to COVID-19 compliance
Merit’s verified identity ecosystem helps trusted organizations across government and enterprise solve critical real-world problems in workforce development, emergency services, licensing, education, defense readiness, and other sectors. Thousands of trusted organizations – including government agencies and nonprofits – use Merit for digital verification of credentials, licenses, training, and skills.