"We have been working on document validation since August 21 and are using Save Border software. We have more than 400 devices, tablets, where the appropriate software is installed. Since the beginning of the event, we have checked 940 thousand certificates, of them 170 thousand were invalid," Lysiuk said.
He also noted that during the past day 10 thousand QR codes were scanned. The lion's share of these certificates - almost 4.5 thousand - was checked at checkpoints on the western border, and almost 5 thousand were checked at the capital's airports.
As it was reported, the use of the forged certificate, according to p. 4 of Art. 358 ("Conscious use of forged documents") of the Criminal Code of Ukraine provides for a fine of up to 50 non-taxable minimums (up to $32), arrest for up to six months, or restriction of liberty for up to two years.
According to the latest poll by the Ukrainian Institute of the Future, 10% of Ukrainians surveyed have forged Covid-19 vaccination certificates.