This is a dicey topic (see also: immunity passports) and handles it not just with care but with the kind of historical framework that helps snap our present into focus.
"When yellow fever swept through New Orleans two centuries before our current pandemic, it made immunity a form of privilege—one so valuable, it was worth risking death to obtain," writes
How far will people go to claim immunity? reports - w comments from our Jeffrey Kahn ()
"When yellow fever swept through New Orleans two centuries before our current pandemic, it made immunity a form of privilege—one so valuable, it was worth risking death to obtain."
New Orleans 1847. People welcomed yellow fever and more importantly, the lifelong immunity they would have if survived. If the government allows the immune to work that could also create a set of perverse incentives to deliberately get infected w/ #COVID19
Fascinating from in : "When yellow fever swept through New Orleans two centuries before our current pandemic, it made immunity a form of privilege—one so valuable, it was worth risking death to obtain"
Interesting parallels with yellow fever