Over here tsome countries are accepting proof of a positive PCR test as the same as having 2 vaccinations:
“Greece will also accept proof of recovery from COVID-19 for entry purposes. Evidence of a positive COVID-19 PCR test result taken between 30 to 180 days of your travel dates can be used and can be demonstrated via the NHS COVID Pass.”
I only know this because I am going to Greece in a few weeks but am fortunate to know have the full set, 2 jabs + positive covid pcr.
I think this is a sensible approach that could perhaps be expanded to allow people who have never tested positive to obtain antibody tests if they so wish as an alternative to vaccination.
The only problem with this is that the antibodies may no longer be their and there is currently no test for T cell memory .
This is of course for foreign travel which is already significantly restricted with a number of countries requiring prior vaccinations for entry long before covid came on the scene.
I think the argument here for some calling for similar legislation to that in the states is that the vaccinations reduce the risk of passing the virus on better than past infections.
Its a real mess trying to keep up with it all but the vaccine makers are making allot of claims and its quite easy to point out where their claims have been wrong in the past so its no wonder trust is an issue.
The press over here were crowing about the vaccine being able to prevent the spread of infection by 70-90% when they first came out, thats quite firmly been proven to be bollocks.
I am glad I had the vaccine and would recommend it to most but I really wish the manufacturers would STFU sometimes as the faces of the pharmaceutical companies are not the egg heads in the labs creating this stuff its the executives trying to make the share holders money which means you get so much shit smeared on the truth and data interpreted in ways that are misleading.