This feature is part of our Vaccination Passport Manager (VPM) product
About this feature
The Vaccination Status Dashboard allows an organisation to view and manage the vaccination status for all staff in real-time. It provides detailed insight into each individual passport, and aggregate the data into high-level, actionable metrics.
Add people. Add people individually (~10 seconds per person) or add them in bulk (send us a spreadsheet with full name, mobile and/or email).
Send or re-send passport. When people are added via the dashboard, their passport is not automatically sent. You can send (or re-send) their passports.
View and update passport. If required, you can update each person on the passport owner's behalf and view all of the information at any time.
Not sent. When manually adding people (individually or via bulk upload) they will not automatically receive a passport until the "sent" link is clicked.
No response. People who have been sent a passport but have not yet updated the passport with any information.
1st dose scheduled. People who have booked their first vaccination dose but have not yet had any vaccinations to date.
2nd dose scheduled. People who have booked their first vaccination dose but have not yet had any vaccinations to date (hidden for single doses).
Partially vaccinated. People who have had their first vaccination (includes both 2nd dose scheduled and not yet scheduled, hidden for single doses).
Fully vaccinated. People who have received both doses.
There are two additional metrics called 1st/2nd dose projected each with a date and percentage. This data helps you project based on data captured:
Date. The last date of all scheduled vaccinations.
Percentage. The percentage of the workforce that will be vaccinated by that date.
For example, when referring to the above metrics:
1st dose projected. 46% of the workforce are projected to have had their 1st vaccination dose by midnight on the 18th of June.
2nd dose projected. 31% of the workforce are projected to have had their 2nd vaccination dose by the 17th of June.