Police conducts 14 searches in case of Covid documents forgery

Source : 112 Ukraine

Law enforcement officers conducted searches in medical institutions and travel agencies
17:07, 20 September 2021

Ihor Klymenko heads National Police of Ukraine
Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

Last week, National Police officers conducted 14 searches as part of a document forgery check. Searches were conducted in medical institutions and travel agencies. Head of the National police Ihor Klymenko reported about it, according to the governmental portal.

“Thus, 14 inspections were conducted concerning the facts of falsification of PCR test results, vaccination certificates, international vaccination certificates, and Covid certificates. Of these, 2 inspections in medical institutions, and 2 - in travel agencies,” the statement reads.

During searches in six regions of Ukraine, law enforcement officers documented the illegal activities of three doctors and seven intermediaries.

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In addition, police seized 50 international vaccination certificates and 107 PCR tests. The Telegram channel, which distributed such documents, was also blocked.

“The Prime Minister commissioned the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Health, together with the Security Service to continue work on exposing persons and web resources that produce and distribute forged documents and harm the health of Ukrainians,” the government's press service said.

As it was reported earlier, more than 98 percent of Ukrainians who were hospitalized with coronavirus over the last three months were not vaccinated.

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