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New York: $2 million earned by two nurses selling fake vaccination certificates

They charged $220 per adult and $85 per child for their 'services'

Kathimerini Greece Newsroom

U.S. authorities have charged two nurses in Long Island, New York, with selling fake vaccination certificates against Covid-19, earning nearly $ 1.5 million from their scheme.

Julie Devono and Marisa Uraro are accused of listing the names of their unvaccinated clients in the State Database of Vaccinated People, charging $220 per adult and $85 per child for their "services," ABC News reported, citing the police and the prosecution.

During the search, police found $900,000 in cash and an accounting record that showed the two had made $ 1.5 million between November 2021 and January 2022 from their criminal activity, according to the U.S. news television network.

The two women were arrested while selling a fake certificate to an undercover agent.

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