Criminals make billions of dollars creating and selling counterfeit drugs around the world, and those products make their way into the United States. They duplicate the exact packaging, look, and taste of the real thing. They can be difficult to detect, but detecting them is important. Counterfeit drugs can be a death sentence for the patients who end up taking them. Fake drugs deny patients treatment that can alleviate suffering and save lives, promote drug-resistant strains of disease, and may cause dangerous or deadly reactions to undeclared drug ingredients.
The COVID-19 vaccination rollout is one of the largest mass vaccination
efforts in recent history, both worldwide and in the United States. To protect
yourself and others, it is important to do your part and get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Initially, the vaccine will continue to be in short supply, which unfortunately also opens the door to criminals to attempt scams, fraud, and forgery.
Here are key tips on how to avoid COVID-19 vaccine scams and frauds, as well as the resources you can trust to find accurate COVID-19 vaccine information.
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