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    By Mark Wilson.

    After peddling fake tests and vaccines for the coronavirus, criminals are now selling counterfeit vaccination certificates in Mexico City, allowing their customers to lie about their vaccine status and travel abroad.

    Vendors in Mexico City’s Plaza de Santo Domingo neighborhood are charging 500 to 600 pesos ($24 to $30) for the fabricated documents, El Universal reported. The discovery was made less than a week after the Mexican government announced the certificates program on July 6.

    The fabricated documents appear to have two purposes for travel. First, unvaccinated people, or those with their first dose, can use the fake certificates to gain entry to countries that require two doses. ...

    Continue reading at InSight Crime: Fake Vaccination Certificates: The Next COVID-19 Forgery in Mexico. More #InSightCrime.

    GW: Of course, this was inevitable. The fake certificates are easy to detect for someone that bothers to check and knows what to look for (the website the QR code goes to is not the official government site).

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