WHO: ‘No evidence’ yet that recovered Covid patients cannot be re-infected

WHO: ‘No evidence’ yet that recovered Covid patients cannot be re-infected
WHO: ‘No evidence’ yet that recovered Covid patients cannot be re-infected

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - A street vendor wearing a protective mask sits as he waits for customers, as the government imposed large-scale restrictions to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease, during the holy fasting month of Ramadan, in Jakarta, Indonesia, April 25, 2020. ―

GENEVA, April 25 ― The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Saturday that there was currently “no evidence” that people who have recovered from Covid-19 and have antibodies are protected from a second coronavirus infection.

In a statement, the United Nations agency warned against issuing “immunity passports” or “risk-free certificates” to people who have been infected, saying the practice may actually increase the risk of spread as they may ignore standard advice.

Chile said last week it would begin handing out “health passports” to people deemed to have recovered from the illness. Once screened to determine if they have developed antibodies to make them immune to the virus, they could immediately re-join the workforce. ― Reuters

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