“Passports for immunity” for workers in key sectors could be the solution for people to return to work much faster, scientists and politicians in the UK have suggested.
The test to be done by researchers in Germany, in mid-April, will then be repeated at regular intervals on a larger sample of the population, to see how the coronavirus pandemic has evolved.
The results of the study, conducted by the Robert Koch Institute, the German Center for Infectious Research, could give an answer as to when people could start work again, and students and students could resume their courses. The Guardian.
“Those who are immune to the new COVID-19 could receive a kind of immunity passport, which will exempt them from restrictions of movement,” explained Gerard Kraus, epidemiologist at the Helmholtz Center for Infectious Research in Braunschweig.
Currently, Germany has nearly 67,000 infected people and 645 deaths due to the new type coronavirus.
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