Brasilia Soccer Federation closes deal with vaccine passport app developer

The model will initially be tested in the Federal District's second division championship matches.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brasilia Soccer Federation this week joined Chronus i-Passport, an app developed by the French-Brazilian company Mooh!Tech, for access control and anti-covid-19 security in stadiums.

The app was developed for presenting the Covid-19 vaccination certificates and negative tests and its model is similar to the one used to control fan access to the main sports venues in the United States, such as the NFL (American football), MLS (soccer), and MLB (baseball).

This same system has been tested in countries such as France, Portugal, Israel, Estonia, and Vietnam.

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