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Entertainment A pharmacist arrested as part of a trafficking of vaccination certificates in Paris

09:02  20 july  2021
09:02  20 july  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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La pharmacienne du Val-de-Marne établissait des certificats depuis le centre de vaccination de l'Haÿ-les-Roses où elle intervenait. © Thomas Bregardis / West-France The Pharmacist of Val-de-Marne established certificates from the HAÿ-LES vaccination center -Roses where she intervened.

Two people, including a pharmacist in Val-de Marne, were indicted on Monday, July 19th. They rested at 250 € fraudulent attestations of vaccinations, as part of the implementation of the Canadian Pass against CVIV-19.

While the presentation of the sanitary pass will be extended this Wednesday to the Cultural Places welcoming more than fifty people, a certificate traffic of Vaccination has been dismantled in the Paris region. Bobigny's prosecution announced the indicning of two people, placed in pre-trial detention Monday night, reveals France Bleu Paris.

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The police discovered the combine, following the arrest of a man with suspicious behavior, Friday night in Bagnolet. He was about him about 40 nominative vaccine attestations, and several thousand euros. The pharmacist intervened at the vaccination center

The 24-year-old man then presented as an employee of the Paris City Hall supposed to centralize the certificates for a group trip, tells

point but the police. Quickly discovered the pot at the roses. The suspect was then placed in custody.

Following its hearing, Seine-Saint-Denis Territorial Safety Investigators reassembled the trail to a pharmacist of the

Val-de-Marne , which intervened at the Vaccination Center. Roses . clients hostile to vaccination

unknown justice, the two suspects found

their customers on Snapchat and rested the precious sesames at 250 € parts.

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The investigators were able to recover from the Fund of

Social Security the coordinates of about fifty individuals to whom the certifications were issued. According to our confreres of the point, many of them explained to be hostile to vaccination. Two women who had come to give birth and were going well that they did not want to transmit "something" to their baby.

The bobigny floor has opened monday a judicial information for detention of administrative documents, violating an automated data processing system, participation in an association of criminal criminals and whitening organized and refused to submit an encryption agreement.

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