2 Layout Artists Producing Fake Vaxx Cards in Davaol del Sur Arrested
Police authorities arrested 2 women layout artists for allegedly producing fake vaccination cards in Davao del Sur.
The two detained layout artists in Digos City, Davao del Sur, reportedly grown accustomed to falsifying immunization cards rather than being utilized for decent work. The police undertook an entrapment operation after receiving information regarding the forging of the two women’s vaccination cards, according to the article.
On Saturday, the two suspects, both 22, were apprehended at Estrada St., Barangay Zone 2, Digos City. Layout artists are thought to be among the accused. The two were reportedly preparing paperwork that would allow people to avoid having to meet certain requirements.
Marked money worth P100, two false vaccination cards, two copies of the affidavit of objection on COVID vaccine, and equipment utilized in the crime, such as a computer set, printer, and picture paper, were all seized from the suspects. The two ladies are accused of breaking the Public Health Concern Act’s Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases and Health Events, as well as falsifying public papers.
Meanwhile, a Chinese national individual was detained by the Bureau of Customs (BOC) after detecting phony rapid antigen test kits in his possession. Aside from that, he allegedly has a storehouse with narcotics and face masks worth P150 million.
The ‘unnamed Chinese’ warehouse was located at 555 Carlos Palanca St. in San Miguel, Manila, according to a Customs report. In the warehouse, fake antigen test kits, Lianhua Chinese herbal medicine, N95 face masks, and other counterfeit items were uncovered.
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