Why Posting a Picture of Your Vaccine Card Could Be Dangerous

February 7, 2021

Thinking about bragging on social media about getting vaccinated against COVID-19 by sharing a selfie with your vaccination card? Think again. The Better Business Bureau is warning that identifiable information visible on the COVID-19 vaccination card could leave people open to scams. Some online fraudsters are using the photos to make fake vaccination cards, for sale on eBay and TikTok. The BBB recommends spreading the information online in other ways, like a selfie with the vaccination sticker.

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