By Dennis Thompson
MONDAY, June 1, 2020 (HealthDay Information) — A grieving widower played by Matt Damon flashes a shiny coded wristband for security guards to scan in the 2011 film “Contagion.”
Following a swift beep and a green light, Damon is permitted into a keep to buy a promenade gown for his daughter.
That wristband was an “immunity passport” — a certification of his character’s immunity to the movie’s deadly virus.
With fiction speedily turning out to be actuality, immunity passports are now staying touted as a implies to reopen the entire world adhering to COVID-19 lockdowns.