One German man received the C-19 vaccine over 90 times.
He’s 60-years old and reporter who got the C-19 vaccine more than 90 times to sell vaccine passes for others.
Join The True Defender Telegram Chanel Here: https://t.me/TheTrueDefender
The man sold the vaccine passes to people who didn’t want to get the vaccine, but they would have to for their jobs.
A German man gets vaccinated 90 times so he could sell vaccination certificates! I'm not sure if he needs locking up in prison, a psychiatric hospital, a laboratory, or if he should be given a medal. 😵💫https://t.co/0NXbgZBpzG
— Dr Nigel Kellow (@NigelKellow) April 4, 2022
He was easy to spot: he’d grown an extra head, and 2 extra arms and a tail.https://t.co/KvOSVrgfZK
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) April 4, 2022
The Daily Mail reported:
A German man got himself vaccinated against Covid 90 times so he could sell forged jab passes.
The passes, which had real vaccine batch numbers, were being sold to those who did not want to get jabbed themselves.
It is said that the man, 60, from the city of Magdeburg, received up to 90 vaccinations against COVID-19 at centres in Saxony.
The 60-year-old, whose name has not been released in line with German privacy laws, got the jabs for months until police caught him.
He was discovered after he had a COVID-19 jab two days in a row at a vaccination centre in Eilenburg, Saxony.
Several blank cards were confiscated from the 60-year-old by police.
German man gets himself vaccinated against Covid 90 times so he can sell forged jab passes https://t.co/YSwh9PpeIE
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) April 3, 2022
The US News reported:
A 60-year-old man allegedly had himself vaccinated against COVID-19 dozens of times in Germany in order to sell forged vaccination cards with real vaccine batch numbers to people not wanting to get vaccinated themselves.
The man from the eastern Germany city of Magdeburg, whose name was not released in line with German privacy rules, is said to have received up to 90 shots against COVID-19 at vaccination centers in the eastern state of Saxony for months until criminal police caught him this month, the German news agency dpa reported Sunday.
The suspect was not detained but is under investigation for unauthorized issuance of vaccination cards and document forgery, dpa reported.