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Fake doctors, malicious links, paid numbers ... vaccination scams are on the rise

2021-03-03T11:49:39.231Z

For two months, the authorities have noted numerous frauds related to the vaccine against covid-19. We are at the end of January 2021. Armed with a small case and a surgical mask, a man heads for the small village of Mélisey in Haute-Saône, and rings the doorbell of a couple of people elderly to offer them a home vaccination against Covid-19. Taken aback by practices they had never heard of, the couple refused and slammed the door. " He chatted them up, obviously he wasn't a doctor!"», We explai



We are at the end of January 2021. Armed with a small case and a surgical mask, a man heads for the small village of Mélisey in Haute-Saône, and rings the doorbell of a couple of people elderly to offer them a home vaccination against Covid-19.

Taken aback by practices they had never heard of, the couple refused and slammed the door.

"

He chatted them up, obviously he wasn't a doctor!"

», We explain to the town hall.

If the intention of this crook remains vague, theft or fraud linked to the vaccination campaign has become legion across the country since the beginning of January.

So much so that on social networks, town halls and law enforcement recall that the vaccine is free and that the places of vaccination and other modalities are to be followed on the site santé.fr, and not elsewhere.

In Doubs, for example, two vaccination centers called the police at the end of January.

People have reported being contacted

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Source: lefigaro

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