Germany plans to implement "immunity certificates"
As part of its efforts to facilitate a transition out of lockdown, researchers at Germany's Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, are planning to introduce "immunity certificates" for those who pass an antibody test to show they have had and recovered from the virus and are ready to re-enter the workforce. The intention is to test 100,000 people at a time and use the information so gathered to plan the transition.
Writer: Davniel Wighton and David Chazan
Publication: Daily Telegraph, The Times