Economy Minister Suggests “Immunity Passport” to Reopen Brazil’s Economy

According to the Minister, people who are immune to the novel coronavirus could work routinely in a second stage of the pandemic.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Minister of Economy Paulo Guedes mentioned, on Saturday, April 4th, the possibility of adopting a kind of "immunity passport" in Brazil, so that people with confirmed immunity to the virus can work normally in a second stage of the pandemic when the economy will be reopened . . .

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