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Fake COVID-19 certificate sales rise as health passes become mandatory

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Fake COVID-19 certificate sales rise as health passes become mandatory

Fake COVID-19 certificate sales rise as health passes become mandatory

With COVID-19 certificates becoming mandatory for many people around the world, some anti-vaxxers are turning to social platforms to buy fake health passes, at a cost of around 100€.


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