Terms & Conditions
The purpose of our terms & conditions is to create clarity between EmergePass, our users and venues we support. Throughout this document the term "users" refers to individuals using EmergePass services to confirm their vaccionation status. "Customers" refers to the venues that use our services to log their guests vaccine status.
EmergePass enables users to support their vaccination claims with their CDC Vaccination Card. EmergePass makes no claims as to who is or is not vaccinated. Specifically we cannot identify fraudulent CDC cards.
EmergePass supports our business partners by storing images of CDC Vaccination cards for up to 60 days after the event to support any compliance processes.
EmergePass will never sell a customer's vaccine status or data with any third party.
When a user gives permission to share their vaccination status with a venue, EmergePass will share the minimum amount of data required by that venue and applicable state or city regulations
EmergePass follows all federal, state and local regulations. In municipalities where COVID passports or documentation systems are not permitted, our offers and services are void.
EmergePass services are not used for any medical procedures or services. Neither is EmergePass a covered entity (ie a doctor, hospital or insurance company) as described in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. Therefore, CDC Vaccination cards and other medical data shared is outside of HIPAA protections and storage requirements. Please refer to Carmel Schachar, Executive Director of the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, BIotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School, and her comments here. This is a further supporting opinion.