Woman Prosecuted for Selling Fake Vaccination Cards

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A New Jersey woman was charged Tuesday with offering a false instrument, criminal possession of a forged instrument and conspiracy after she was accused of selling about 250 counterfeit vaccination cards.

The woman was charged along with her alleged co-conspirator, who was also charged with offering a false instrument and conspiracy.

According to prosecutors, the woman, who goes by AntiVaxMomma on Instagram, sold several hundred fake COVID-19 vaccination cards at $200 each to various individuals, including people working in hospitals and nursing homes.

Thirteen other alleged card buyers have also been charged, including a man accused of paying for registration in the COVID-19 vaccination database. With the growing demands across sectors for customers to provide proof of vaccination, counterfeit vaccination cards have begun to proliferate, with cases slowing becoming more frequent.

For more information, read the original story in NPR.


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