Vaccination Card Scams Could Endanger Lives

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An official said that burgeoning scams involving coronavirus vaccination cards could undermine people’s safety and the success of the nation’s largest mass vaccination effort. The clash has escalated as businesses and universities say they’ll require proof of vaccination before allowing Americans to board cruises, enter some stores, and even return to college classes, prompting some vaccine-hesitant people to search for false IDs or make their own. Read a story from The Washington Post.




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