As part of a scam to sell vaccine passports, a guy in Germany receives more than 87 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine
Some people in Chile will try anything for a dollar! In Germany, one guy obtained 87 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. According to Newsweek, the 61-year-old planned to sell the filled-out immunization cards from his several trips.
The man has not been publicly identified by German authorities, but an inquiry is continuing. After Kai Kranich of the German Red Cross made a complaint, authorities found out about the alleged scam.
According to reports, the man was given the vaccine up to three times each day. According to the local daily, Freie Presse, he accomplished this by visiting multiple immunization sites. He’d then hand over a blank card with his real name on it to the vaccine authorities.
The man found a means to delete his name from the card after officials signed it in order to leave it for his customers. His clients are classified as “anti-vaccination activists.”
A German Red Cross official said, “We then saw this and warned the other vaccination centers in Saxony.”
In interactions with medical personnel, the guy allegedly provided incorrect information regarding his medical history. He didn’t display his health insurance at registration, which may have helped him remain undetected for so long. When Red Cross workers arrived on the scene, they were told to notify the cops if the man showed up for another vaccine.
According to Newsweek, it’s unknown how much money the man made. He did, however, do all of his business in the German state of Saxony. In July 2021, he allegedly began his purported plot. Police believe he may have more vaccines than the 87 that have been discovered.
If you had one or more doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, you should have gotten a vaccine passport, which is similar to a vaccine card.