The notion of digital health passports is one that has emerged as a controversial possibility in a number of countries as the world seeks ways of living with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. But the question remains, what is the most realistic balance between health protection and economic activity? And what might the world look like if the use of digital health passports is enforced?
Leland Shupp is a futurist, thought leader, writer, and public speaker and he has explored the idea of digital health passports in his chapter in the book Aftershocks and Opportunities 2 - Navigating the Next Horizon by posing the question, “How can we best balance the need for robust public health with the desire for personal freedom, privacy, and equality of opportunity?”
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