TraceSafe Inc (CSE:TSF) a global leader in wearable safety tech, announced Thursday that its quarantine management solutions have been deployed for a pilot project in conjunction with Cayman Islands Quarantine Pathway project for reopening flights to the islands.
British Airways flights from Heathrow Airport in London are among the first flights to the Cayman Islands since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
TraceSafe said it has shipped multiple self-quarantine management wristbands to the Cayman Islands for immediate use and additional wristbands are to be issued over the course of October.
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The TraceSafe iMSafe device monitoring the interaction of the passengers is also being conducted with participants who are not travellers, including civil servants and those working with the testing team, the company said.
The TraceSafe technology and official protocol will be re-evaluated based on success in the Cayman Islands, following with the issuance of further orders and the assurance the Cayman islands government is satisfied that the risk of importing the virus is mitigated.
"TraceSafe iMSafe technology offers a functional solution for managing incoming passenger quarantine, as well as quarantine planning in efforts to help the Cayman Islands reopen its borders safely," said CEO Dennis Kwan in a statement.
"The iMSafe wristbands will play a vital role in helping airlines, passengers and authorities and TraceSafe will further continue to provide airlines with solutions to help safely reopen borders."
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