The 32nd Hunter Hotel Investment Conference, one of the first industry conferences to return this year when it takes place May 10 through May 12 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, will be utilizing CLEAR’s Health Pass for the seamless COVID-19 screening of attendees.
Health Pass is a free, mobile experience on the CLEAR app that securely connects a user’s verified identity to multiple layers of COVID-19-related health information to help reduce public health risk. Prior to arrival, all conference attendees will use CLEAR’s Health Pass to take a real-time health survey and use CLEAR’s integrated temperature checking kiosks to complete their Health Pass for an expedited and seamless entry.
“I can’t imagine a safer way to welcome everyone back to the Hunter Conference,” said Lee Hunter, chairman of the Hunter Hotel Investment Conference. “Our partnership with CLEAR will add another layer of protection and provide additional comfort to our attendees.”
CLEAR CEO Caryn Seidman-Becker said, “We are excited to work with the Hunter Conference to create a safer experience for the attendees and continue to help bring back conferences across the country. Whether travel, sports or conferences, our technology is helping get people back to what they know and love.”
More than 60 organizations across the country use Health Pass to create safer environments, including teams across all major sports leagues, MGM Resorts and more.
Here’s how it works:
- Attendees are to download the free CLEAR app, open the Health Pass feature, then enter Hunter’s organization code.
- Before entering the venue, attendees open Health Pass on their CLEAR app, verify their identity with a selfie and then answer a few health survey questions.
- Attendees then approach a CLEAR kiosk, where they receive a temperature check and scan their QR code to share their health insights. Depending on their COVID-related health information, attendees are issued a red or green notification on their Health Pass app.
- The venue only receives confirmation an attendee has satisfied the requirements for access with the equivalent of a red light or green light signal—and never has access to an individual’s private health details.