WHO does not support the idea of ‘immunity passports.’ Several countries, including Italy, Germany, and the United States, are considering providing ‘risk-free certificates’ to the infected people, based on their antibody testing results. In the future, certificates can be replaced with special passports that will allow people to go to public places.
However, the World Health Organization is against this initiative. According to WHO, tests that detect antibodies do not prove that people are immune to COVID-19. WHO experts also announced that at the moment, there is no scientific evidence that people are protected from the second COVID-19 infection.