Middle East

Deal signed to add event tickets to Saudi health app

Mon, 2021-07-19 00:08

RIYADH: A deal has been signed to add event tickets to the Tawakkalna health app.
Tawakkalna was launched last year to help track COVID-19 infections. It has since been updated to include vaccination information and infection status, while also functioning as a COVID-19 “passport.”
Under the agreement, ticketing companies approved by the General Entertainment Authority (GEA) will be linked to the Tawakkalna platform, so that tickets can be sold electronically and the user’s purchased tickets can appear on the app.
The deal was signed between the GEA and the Saudi Authority for Data and Artificial Intelligence (SDAIA) in Riyadh by GEA CEO Faisal bin Saeed Bafarat and the CEO of the Tawakkalna platform Abdullah bin Mohammed Al-Issa.
The chairman of the board of directors of the GEA, Turki Al-Sheikh, highlighted the role of the agreement in creating a safe environment for eventgoers and significantly helping with the return of recreational activities in the Kingdom.
Tawakkalna has contributed to achieving the digital transformation goals of Vision 2030 program. 

A man displays his details on his mobile phone using the Tawakkalna app as he enters the Al-Othaim market in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. (REUTERS file photo)
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