Vhealth Passport and Rapid Testing Kit set to be Game Changer 

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Vhealth Passport and Rapid Testing Kit set to be Game Changer for Worldwide Sport

Manchester-based cyber technology company, VST Enterprises, has developed a Vhealth Passport and Rapid Testing Kit that looks set to be what’s needed to get athletes and fans back to their beloved sporting pursuits, boosting the industry once again as the world continues to battle the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.

Olympic equestrian competitor, Zara Tindall MBE (Phillips) took part in the initial testing alongside her husband, Mike, both as Global Sporting Ambassadors for VST Enterprises and the VHealth Passport™.

said Zara;

This is a really exciting new technology that has such great potential for the equestrian world. For riders, who are travelling all over the country, and to other countries, this gives reassurance that they have been tested and are negative for Covid. And for those working on events including support staff, volunteers and the fans themselves it gives the confidence to come back to the sport we love and have the big events running again. I found the whole experience of taking the rapid test and using the VHealth PassportTM really simple and quick and I hope with more people using it we will be able to get our sport back up and running and people enjoying it again.”

Coranavirus Rapid Tests

The rapid test kit takes 1 minute to administer to a sports fan or a professional athlete and gives test results within 10 minutes and a 98.7% accuracy testing for three different antibodies IgG, IgA, IgM. In particular, the IgA line can detect and pick up the infection as early as 3 days from exposure.


The test kit which comes with a GDPR compliant and VHealth Passport™, also produced by the VST Enterprises and will be priced at £15 making it a ‘game-changer’ for sports fans across the UK.


Tech entrepreneur Louis-James Davis is leading the consortium of British companies who joined their respective expertise to find a solution to get fans back into stadiums.  His tech company VST Enterprises along with sports partners REDSTRIKE, public safety and event management partners HALO Solutions and occupational health care company LATUS HEALTH have put forward active pilot proposals to Government to get football, rugby union and rugby league fans back into sports stadiums across the UK in a safe and controlled manner. Former Sports Minister Richard Caborn has widely supported the initiative and believes that a system of testing and health passports is the right way to get fans back spectating at British sporting events.

Louis-James Davis CEO of VST Enterprises and inventor of the VHealth Passport™ said;

Both Mike and Zara could easily see from taking the rapid test themselves how quick, safe and easy it was to administer and then uploading their Covid-19 test results to their V-Health Passports™ in seconds. We believe this is a game changer for all sports fans, not just in the UK but around the world. Just as important with sports fans, it can also be used in other major events such as theatre, festivals and music concerts where the principals of rapid testing and health passports using secure technology are the key to bringing fans back.

The unique attributes are the speed of the test, safety, accuracy and the secure VCode technology behind the V-Health Passport™ which authenticates and validates a persons identity and their Covid test results. More importantly we have priced the rapid test kit and V-Health Passport™ at £15 per test kit and health passport making this affordable and economically viable for sports teams and fans alike.”

For more information on V-Health Passports™ visit  https://v-healthpassport.co.uk

To learn more about VCode® & VPlatform® technology https://vstenterprises.com

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