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Lewes man charged with selling fake COVID-19 cards

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A Delaware man has been charged with a federal misdemeanor by prosecutors who say he manufactured and bought faux vaccine playing cards over the web.

David Hodges, who court docket paperwork describe as a paramedic and resident of or close to Lewes, was charged earlier this month with promoting vaccination playing cards with out correct authorization. 

Hodges, who court docket paperwork point out was born in 1991, devised the scheme in February 2021 to promote the playing cards to those that had not acquired a reliable vaccination, a prosecutor wrote in charging paperwork.

He printed faux vaccine card templates from one other state’s well being division web site. He additionally labored at a Dover facility the place the vaccine was being administered. Court docket paperwork don’t point out the precise vaccination website or websites the place Hodges labored.

As soon as he had entry to that native vaccine website, he took clean vaccination playing cards from the positioning, prosecutors alleged. 

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