Anti-vaxxers fishing for digital certs


Desperation: A Facebook post of a clinic in Gelugor, Penang showing a RM1,000 offer for a fake certificate. — CHAN BOON KAI/The Star

PETALING JAYA: The digital vaccination certificate has now become a hot “commodity”, as the fully vaccinated are allowed greater liberties and social perks.

As doors remain shut to the unvaccinated, some unscrupulous parties have made attempts to lie about their vaccination status with fraudulent certificates.

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