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Nova Scotia man charged after allegedly making fake vaccination passes

According to RCMP, the man, 50, of Barrington, Nova Scotia, was making fake COVID proof-of-vaccination cards.

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A Nova Scotia man has been charged after allegedly making forged vaccine passes.

According to RCMP, the man, 50, of Barrington, Nova Scotia, was making fake COVID proof-of-vaccination cards.

RCMP became aware of the man's alleged activity following a complaint.

A search warrent was executed in Barrinton on December 10, resulting in the man's arrest.

Police seized items related to manufacturing and forging COVID-19 proof of vaccination, along with electronic devices.

The man was released on conditions and will appear in Shelburne Provincial Court at a later date. He will be facing charges of Forgery and Using a Forged Document.

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