Nova Scotia man arrested for making fake COVID-19 proof of vaccination cards


The RCMP in Nova Scotia announced Monday that the investigators have arrested a man for making fake COVID-19 proof of vaccination.

“On November 15, police received a complaint of a suspected fake COVID-19 proof of vaccination cards being made by a 50-year-old Barrington man in Barrington,” the Barrington RCMP said in a statement.

The statement further added that police began investigating the incident and on December 10, police executed a search warrant at a home in Barrington and arrested the man without incident.

Police seized items related to manufacturing and forging COVID-19 proof of vaccination, along with electronic devices, the Barrington RCMP added.

The man was released on conditions and will appear in Shelburne Provincial Court at a later date. He will be facing charges of Forgery and Using a Forged Document.



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