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False vaccination certificates: pharmacist indicted in Val-de-Marne

She is suspected of selling nearly a hundred fake vaccination certificates.

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Dismantled new traffic network for fake health passes? On Monday, July 19, a pharmacist working at a vaccination center in Hales-Roses (Val-de-Marne) was arrested and charged with “forgery and aggravated money laundering”. She is suspected of selling nearly a hundred fake vaccination certificates, police and forensic sources told France Télévisions.

The pharmacist was sent to the Bobigny prosecutor’s office (Saint-Saint-Denis) and then taken into custody, like another person suspected of complicity. Two suspects remained unknown to the police. The investigation was opened by the territorial brigade of the department.

This incident occurred a few days after another similar case in the suburbs of Lyon. Six individuals were indicted, including two inmates, in a case of trafficking in fake Covid-19 vaccination certificates.

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