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The World Health Organization warned governments Saturday against issuing 'immunity passports.'
Also known as 'risk-free certificates,' they're meant to assure others the bearer has recovered from COVID-19.
The WHO said that there was currently “no evidence” that recovered patients have antibodies and are protected from a second coronavirus infection.
According to Reuters, the WHO says the practice could actually increase the risks of continued spread of the novel coronavirus.
That's because people who have recovered may ignore advice about taking standard precautions against the virus.
There is currently no evidence that people who have recovered from COVID-19 and have antibodies are protected from a second infection Statement, World Health Organization
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