On Friday, the WHO published a scientific brief on immunity passports the idea that governments should grant special documents to citizens who test positive for COVID 19 antibodies , allowing them to move about freely

On Friday, the WHO published a scientific brief on immunity passports the idea that governments should grant special documents to citizens who test positive for COVID 19 antibodies , allowing them to move about freely

On Friday, the WHO published a scientific brief on immunity Passports the idea that governments should pay special documents to citizens positive test for antibodies Covid 19, allowing them to move freely. The tweet was live long enough to be included in the media, some have reported misleading information before deletion quiet later in the day. just AsReason said the controversy is that the idea of ​​so-called immunity passports is hotly debated. WHO is true that scientists have not determined the degree of immunity of Covid 19 survivors. The controversial statement said.There is currently no evidence that people who have recovered from # COVID19 and antibodies are protected against a second infection