People with immunity to COVID-19 could soon be in high demand. For jobs not just in health care, but in retail or restaurants. But should they be given more freedoms than the rest of us?
What about the idea of immunity passports? Would this be a responsible way of reopening the economy? Or is it a dystopian nightmare?
The Montreal Gazette's Monique Beaudin and the National Post's Sharon Kirkey talk about the science and ethics of using immunity as a way out of the lockdown.