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Woman Allegedly Caught Selling Fake V-Card Arrested in Dasmariñas

Police authorities arrested a woman who was allegedly caught selling a fake vaccination card (v-card) in Dasmariñas, Cavite.

According to a complaint filed with the Dasmarinas City Police Station, a concerned citizen informed them that a woman in Barangay Salawag was selling “vaxx cards,” which featured a falsified vaccination certificate.

Dasmariñas Fake V-Card

As a result, the operatives put up a sting operation for the suspect. During the operation, a 57-year-old woman was captured at her home. There was also a fake vaccination card and evidence of immunization uncovered.

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Two P500 bills were also confiscated, allegedly used to purchase the card. The suspect is accused of failing to comply with the statutory reporting requirements of the Notifiable Diseases Act.

The police are presently investigating whether the suspect sold to other people and whether he has another accomplice, especially because local governments are enforcing restrictions prohibiting unvaccinated people’s travel. The PNP has consistently warned the public that falsifying vaccination certificates or acquiring them is prohibited.

Authorities have begun enforcing a “no vaccination card, no entrance” ban for all those visiting malls, public transportation, and other places. The policy intends to restrict people’s movement in light of the rising number of COVID-19 instances.

As a result, a number of people have decided to purchase a forged or false immunization card in order to get access to such facilities. Those discovered fabricating or using fraudulent COVID-19 vaccination cards, on the other hand, would be punished, fined, and sentenced to at least a month in prison, according to the Philippine National Police (PNP). According to the Philippine National Police, falsifying vaccination certificates is a crime under Republic Act 11332, also known as the Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases Law.

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