WHO is advising world officials on the issuance of so-called immunity passports to citizens who have recovered from coronavirus disease.
It is reported by the BBC.
“Governments should not issue so-called” immunity passports “or” safe certificates “as a means to facilitate quarantine measures,” said the World Health Organization, “the statement said.
The organization’s report notes that there is no evidence that people who have antibodies after recovering from the coronavirus are protected from reinfection.
WHO argues that such a step can, on the contrary, lead to the spread of the virus.
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People who think they are safe can stop taking precautions and help spread the disease.
As of the morning of April 25, 2,831,860 cases of coronavirus have been registered worldwide, in particular, 807,010 people have recovered and 197,318 have died.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru