The COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a devastating blow to the travel industry and big players such as the airlines with everything to lose are desperate for a solution by whatever means necessary.
The World Travel and Tourism Council, the trade group representing major global travel companies, has predicted a global loss of 75 million jobs and $2.1 trillion in revenue, National Geographicreported. But the CEO of Delta Air Lines says there may be a solution to encourage people to travel again.
In a recent call with investors, Delta CEO Ed Bastian said he and his employees are examining possible new restrictions for travelers, which could include requiring passengers to present documentation of good health at airports. In other words, an immunity passport, The Points Guy (TPG) blog reported.
Not everyone is on board. Some experts think the concept of immunity passports is a bad idea that could help spread the virus.