A Trusted Science-Based Approach to Battle COVID-19
Our pathway to immunity against COVID-19 has been to avoid getting infected by the SARS-CoV-2 virus by wearing our masks, and social distancing. Finally, we can prevent getting sick all together by taking advantage of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Create Your Own Immunity Passport
Recommendations from Dr. Elaine Chin MD, Founder of Executive Health Centre, experts in Personalized Medicine
Helping You Stay on Track
Our Immunity Passport will empower you to store the important data you need to prove you’re vaccinated and have antibodies against COVID-19.
Upload your vaccination record of your first and second shots against COVID-19 by taking a photo of the document you received and adding key information. No more lost paperwork by keeping it conveniently in your app on your phone.
And for all of us who are too busy – set reminders after your first shot to get your second shot and/or boosters, if applicable.
See if you have developed antibodies against which strains of COVID-19 by doing a targeted antibodies test.
Your data is secure and private. Information is encrypted and stored by a medical facility, Executive Health Centre, in Toronto, Canada.
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Why Get an Immunity Passport?
Peace of Mind
COVID-19 vaccines triggers your immune system to develop antibodies against components of the SARS-CoV2 virus. Get tested 4 weeks after your vaccination series to learn if you are potentially immune, and remain so, months later.
To create a workplace that is freer of COVID-19 transmission will require a 85-90% vaccination rate amongst team members. This creates a safer community bubble within a closed setting. Some workplaces may require proof of vaccination.
In the future, we may need proof of COVID-19 immunization to enter gyms, theatres, sporting events, restaurants, airplanes and more, to return to a better normal. If everyone who enters is vaccinated, the risk for a super spreader event is reduced.
Are You Immune?
We are here to help you determine your immunity
Having antibodies develop against COVID-19 means:
You’ve been infected either naturally or by vaccination in the recent past.