Features of CovPassCheck on PC
Stop worrying about overcharges when using CovPassCheck on your cellphone, free yourself from the tiny screen and enjoy using the app on a much larger display. From now on, get a full-screen experience of your app with keyboard and mouse. MEmu offers you all the surprising features that you expected: quick install and easy setup, intuitive controls, no more limitations of battery, mobile data, and disturbing calls. The brand new MEmu 7 is the best choice of using CovPassCheck on your computer. Coded with our absorption, the multi-instance manager makes opening 2 or more accounts at the same time possible. And the most important, our exclusive emulation engine can release the full potential of your PC, make everything smooth and enjoyable.
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Download CovPassCheck on PC with MEmu Android Emulator. Enjoy playing on big screen. The Robert Koch Institute (RKI), as the central institution of the Federal Government in the field of public health and as the national public health institute, publishes the CovPassCheck app for the German Federal Government.
The Robert Koch Institute (RKI), as the central institution of the Federal Government in the field of public health and as the national public health institute, publishes the CovPassCheck app for the German Federal Government. With the app, the digital COVID certificates of the EU can be checked quickly and in a data-saving way. Anyone using it can find out in seconds whether the person being checked has a valid certificate. No sensitive information or data is exchanged at any time.
HOW THE APP WORKS
Checking Corona vaccination status, recovery from a Corona infection or a negative Corona test is the central function of the CovPassCheck app. Whenever users check the EU COVID digital certificate, only the information and data necessary for the check are displayed in the CovPassCheck app.
The QR code as proof of full vaccination coverage or recovery provides information on the status of the certificate. For clear identification, the name and date of birth are also displayed during a check.
The QR code as proof of a negative test result also shows the time of testing. Please note that the currently issued test certificates are not digital COVID certificates of the EU. The QR code of the test result can currently only be converted into an EU digital COVID certificate via the Corona Warning app. Only this can be checked by the CovPassCheck app.
The CovPassCheck app can be used to scan the QR code. Users of the app can check several QR codes in succession with just one click. This does not necessarily require an internet connection.
THIS IS HOW DATA REMAINS SECURE
In accordance with the DSGVO, no sensitive data is stored during the check. The data of the person checked can only be viewed.
- No registration: No registration with an e-mail address is necessary.
- No data storage: The data remains on the smartphone of the person checked.
- Data economy: After the QR code has been checked, only the status of the certificate, the name and the date of birth are displayed.
- Cryptographic security: The QR code is secured with a signature that prevents forgery.
How to Download CovPassCheck on PC
1. Download MEmu installer and finish the setup
2. Start MEmu then open Google Play on the desktop
3. Search CovPassCheck in Google Play
4. Download and Install CovPassCheck
5. On install completion click the icon to start
6. Enjoy playing CovPassCheck on PC with MEmu
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