Trinidad & Tobago: Princes Town URP worker charged with vaccination card scam

A URP worker has been charged with forging covid19 vaccination cards.

Terry Garib appeared before magistrate Armina Mohammed-Deonarinesingh on Thursday and was granted $150,000 bail.

He was charged by PC Jagroop of the San Fernando police station.

The 52-year-old man of Mt Stewart Village, Princes Town, was ordered to surrender his passport as part of his bail condition.

In a statement on Friday, police said Garib was seen by security officers, at the San Fernando General Hospital, allegedly distributing covid19 immunization cards to people.

Investigators allegedly discovered that a template of a genuine covid19 immunization card was used to make the cards.

It is alleged that Garib also had a Ministry of Health stamp which originated from the Ste Madeleine health Centre.


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