IATA hopes immunity passports could help resumption of air travel


While acknowledging the WHO’s advice that retaining antibodies to the coronavirus after recovering from COVID-19 is not yet scientifically confirmed to confer immunity, the International Air Transport Association believes that immunity passports could be important in helping air travel resume. Documented passengers could bypass many of the protective measures currently planned, which include temperature screening, physical distancing, modified boarding processes, and wearing masks.

Source: https://www.iata.org/contentassets/5c8786230ff34e2da406c72a52030e95/safely-restart-aviation-joint-aci-iata-approach.pdf
Writer: IATA
Publication: IATA

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