(ANSA) - PERUGIA, APRIL 15 - Four other alleged anti Covid 'vaccine cunning' people identified in Umbria by the carabinieri of the Nas of Perugia.
In particular, the military of the Umbrian nucleus - in the context of two specific investigative activities coordinated by the prosecutors of the Republic of Perugia and Terni - have sent four people in a state of freedom to have given false indications on their professions to the staff in charge of the administration centers.
The investigations by the Carabinieri of the Nas of Perugia - commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Giuseppe Schienalunga - were aimed at countering the illegal access to the administration of the anti Covid-19 vaccine to non-recipients.
On Sunday 21 March - the investigators report - vaccination hubs of the two provincial capitals of Umbria are scheduled to vaccinate "certain" professional categories entitled, according to the regional vaccination plan.
According to the Carabinieri of the Nas, from the feedback on the names it emerged that the four subjects carried out "quite different" activities compared to the one declared, which "had nothing to do with those planned that day".
The Nas checks continue on "numerous other subjects in order to detect any further unauthorized access to the administration".
Another case of alleged Covid 'vaccine cunning' had always been identified by the Nas carabinieri in the last few weeks.