Russian developers create unique QR code to deter black market COVID passes

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After a surge in coronavirus cases, many Russians need to use vaccine passports to get entry to some public places.

However, that’s also seen an increase in the number of fake passes being sold on the black market. But that could soon be a thing of the past thanks to new technology.

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