Coronavirus: Immunity passports ‘could increase virus spread’

WHO says governments should not issue so-called immunity passports" as a way of easing lockdowns. No evidence people who develop antibodies after recovering are protected against a second infection. WHO warns that such move could actually increase the spread of the virus transmission. People who assumed they were immune could stop taking precautions.

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immunity, precautions, prevention, and risks
DATE PUBLISHED
2020-04-25 (Modified: 2021-09-22)

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