Q&A: Will governments implement COVID-19 ‘immunity passports’?

The United States, the United Kingdom, Chile, Germany and Italy have proposed using “immunity passports” as a potential strategy for easing physical distancing measures, according to a paper published in The Lancet. However, a bioethics expert told Healio Primary Care that there are too many barriers for governments to implement them.The process that would probably be needed to obtain immunity passports — which are described in the Lancet article as a digital or physical document that certifies a person has been infected with SARS-CoV-2 and is purportedly immune to futureRead More

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