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Will We Need Immunity Passports for Airline Travel? Flight Attendant Creates Photo Series About Coronavirus Flights

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Are immunity passports something else we’ll need in our travel repertoires? A flight attendant is documenting her travels that continue during the coronavirus pandemic.

Those are some of the travel-related headlines and posts I thought you, too, may find interesting today.

Immunity Passport Requirements?

Conde Nast Traveler examines COVID-19 immunity passports — documentation for those who’ve had and recovered from the vicious coronavirus.

It’s an idea being batted around by airlines and the government. There are plenty of pros and cons, of course. But I wouldn’t be completely surprised if some sort of immunity certification were required for travel — at least to certain areas or on particular carriers.

Flight Attendant-Photographer’s Photos Chronicle Her Current Life in the Skies

Alaska Airlines flight attendant Molly Choma (who moonlights as a photographer) is still working flights — and documenting her travels.

Woman Details “Packed” Flight with “Very Nervous” Passengers

So much for social distancing.

Passenger Angie Wong told the New York Post about her Miami to New York flight — full of passengers and not everyone wore a mask.

More Travel Headlines

There Are No Airbus A380s Flying Right Now

Passengers slowly return to airlines as China eases coronavirus restrictions

The New York Times Drops Travel Section — For Now

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4 Comments

  1. Barry Graham Reply

    It’s a certainly a good idea to document when people are immune. Should being vaccinated against flu each year, as well as MMR, etc, be included. I think maybe. But what about those lucky people that will never get COVID-19?

  2. Immunity passport? So I have to get the virus in order to travel? Really? And if I stay healthy I don’t get to go anywhere? Talk about lunacy.

  3. If airlines or other travel companies require some form of immunity passport for passengers, passengers should require the same for their employees who interact with the public.

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