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A woman's blood is collected for testing of coronavirus antibodies at a drive-through testing site in Hempstead, N.Y., to determine whether she may have some immunity to the virus. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Bioethicist: 'Immunity Passports' Could Do More Harm Than Good

The so-called passports have been floated as a way to get people who've recovered from COVID-19 back to work safely. But a Harvard professor says creating an "immunodeprived" status is unethical.

Bridge Over the Stars Kondor
Scientists Four Tet

A woman's blood is collected for testing of coronavirus antibodies at a drive-through testing site in Hempstead, N.Y., to determine whether she may have some immunity to the virus. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Bioethicist: 'Immunity Passports' Could Do More Harm Than Good

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Yin and Yang Uyama Hiroto
Chiba Nights Gold Panda
Kindness HNNY
Keep Coming Back Menahan Street Band
A Day By Atmosphere Supreme Nujabes

Tracee Ellis Ross stars in The High Note as a legendary singer who is running out of ideas. Meanwhile, her personal assistant, played by Dakota Johnson, has too many. Maarten de Boer/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Tracee Ellis Ross Can Hit The High Notes, Too

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Love Myself (The High Note) Tracee Ellis Ross
You're No Good Chromatics
Real Tom Misch & Yussef Dayes
Daughter of Eve Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau
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Idiom Joe Armon Jones
Glasshouses Maribou State

With physician offices not seeing patients with COVID-19 symptoms in April, Timothy Regan said he had little choice when Denver Health directed him first to its urgent care facility and then to its emergency room. "I felt bad, but I had been dealing with it for a while," he says. Ethan Welty for KHN hide caption

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ER Visit For COVID-19 Symptoms Stuck Man With A $3,278 Bill

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Chimnea DJ Koze
Lueur Verte's Theme Luere Verte

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