COVID-19 immunity licensing in Africa: practical, socio-cultural, and ethical bottlenecks

Author: Amos Laar, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Public Health, School of Public Health, University of Ghana, Legon. E-mail: alaar@ug.edu.gh Twitter: @alaar

In this commentary published by The Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Ethics Network (PHEPREN), Professor Laar asks the pertinent question: If in future we have good data to support COVID-19 Immunity Passports, would all regions of the world be able to implement it ethically? Please find details here https://epidemicethics.tghn.org/community/blogs/post/258785/2020/07/covid-19-immunity-licensing-in-africa-practica/

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