Cops Arrest Man Making Fake Vaccination Card in Davao City

Police Authorities Arrest Man Producing Fake Vaccination Card in Davao City

DAVAO CITY – The police authorities have arrested a man making fake vaccination card during an entrapment operation in Davao City.

The Philippine government is already distributing free COVID-19 vaccines to the Filipino people. The vaccine could boost the immune system and help the body to fight diseases especially the coronavirus disease.

The government is also handing vaccination cards to individuals who have already received the COVID-19 vaccines. The cards can be used in numerous transactions especially when passing through borders.

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However, some individuals were producing fake cards for their own purposes, which is considered as a violation of the law.

Last Wednesday (August 4, 2021), San Pedro Police Station arrest a 24-year-old man during an entrapment operation. A police asset pretends as a buyer of fake vaccination card at Bolton St., Barangay 34-A.

The cops were also able to trace the location wherein the fake card were produced. The police arrested the suspect after accepting the P300 marked money in exchange of fake COVID-19 vaccine card.

The suspect in current under the custody of San Pedro Police Station and facing charges of falsification of public documents. According to the record of the local government, about 373, 983 COVID-19 vaccines have administered as first dose while 224, 790 individuals received the second dose in Davao City.

Davao City records a total of 31, 062 COVID-19 cases wherein 27, 204 have recovered and 1, 053 deaths since the start of the pandemic. Currently, the town has 2, 805 active COVID-19 cases.

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