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Tracking COVID-19 Vaccinations
Businesses, government agencies, and schools everywhere are keen to plan smartly how they will start bringing people back on site, allow travel, and manage in-person interactions. Tracking vaccine and booster status of employees and students is a common goal.
This jumpto365 Power Play provides a modern, easy-to-use Power App form to submit name, vaccine and booster doses, dates of the doses, and even a photograph of a vaccine card to prove their status.
Enter your vaccination information and update your entry upon receiving additional doses of a vaccine. Use a desktop, laptop or install the Power Apps app on your tablet or mobile phone; a device with a camera will allow you to take a photo of your vaccine card for added convenience.
Your information remains safe and secure in the Microsoft 365 cloud thanks to its HIPAA- and GDPR-approved data protection policies and a setup that allows only privileged employees to access the submissions (if published as designed).
This Power Play is quick and easy to install and requires about 30 minutes of work on IT’s part to roll it out. This package includes all necessary files to institute the app and step-by-step instructions from start to publishing.
The form, database, and workflows involved are completely configurable from the start. You can add fields, brand the design, and even add further workflows and automation if you have the use case. You can change the app after publishing to accommodate changes or needs that arise over time.
Once published, you can link to the form directly from within communications, your intranet, or other knowledge sources. You can also embed the app directly in a SharePoint page using a Power Apps web part.
By design, permissions to user responses are limited to the app publisher. You can share the responses however you choose, though submitted content is typically considered personally identifiable information; before sharing such information, you may want to inquire with your legal counsel.