The UK plans to issue coronavirus ‘immunity passports’ so Brits can leave the lockdown early

The UK plans to roll out “immunity passports” to Brits who have already contracted the COVID-19 disease in order to allow them to return to “normal life,” the Health Secretary Matt Hancock said on Thursday.

“We are looking at an immunity certificate,” Hancock told a Downing Street press conference.

“How people who have had the disease have got the antibodies and then have immunity can show that and therefore get back as much as possible to normal life,”