EL.AS sent an urgent signal to the police services of the country informing about the existence of circuits in Europe that supply fake vaccination documents.
The Greek authorities have also been alerted to arrests in European circuit capitals that were making fake papers that travelers must have with them..
With the characterization as a "purple ad", Katehaki asks the police services that are basically located at the entrance gates to be very careful and the police to thoroughly check the results of the molecular tests and the vaccination certificates that based on the health protocols must be has with him every traveler. The ELAS document refers to the case of France where forged documents were found at the airport and Interpol had informed about the existence of the circuit through its official website..
The forged documents started circulating last February, but today market opportunities have multiplied.
In fact, the FBI had appealed to citizens not to post photos of vaccination certificates on social media., as they could be used by forgers.
The German authorities, arrested a 27-year-old in Berlin, with whom they had made an appointment as buyers, to obtain fake vaccination certificates at a cost 80 euros each.
Many forged documents were found in the 27-year-old's apartment: 46 vaccination booklets, 33 stickers, counterfeit money, cocaine and several thousand euros in cash. In Athens, a few weeks ago, a circuit was dismantled that made fake molecular tests and sold them to foreign women who wanted to enter a public hospital and work as exclusive nurses..