- The federal government is weighing giving out certificates to people who have recovered from coronavirus, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Friday.
- The immunity cards could help the government keep track of who's already been infected as it attempts to restart the economy.
- Fauci said that a "large number" of antibody tests, which show whether someone has recovered from coronavirus, will become available in the coming week.
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