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- Apr 1, 2014
This article is a perfect example of just how screwed up this country has become.One person is in prison for this crime.
Last July, the Judicial Office of Permanent Attention Services of Santo Domingo imposed three months of preventive imprisonment on a young man accused of falsifying and selling COVID-19 vaccination cards at 500 pesos. The accused is Anthony Esterlín Martínez Sánchez, who allegedly made the cards in a photography studio in the Valiente sector of Boca Chica.
<p>As in other nations such as the United States, for example, which punishes scammers who sell the card to the unvaccinated with five years in prison, the penalty can be up to 10 years in the Dominican Republic. Santo Domingo, DR The coronavirus vaccination card, that piece of cardboard with...dominicantoday.com
No one, I repeat no one has been given the proper tools or training to spot fakes.
Do you honestly believe some young 20 something Dominican working the front entrance with his RD$13,000 a month salary is going be able to tell the difference between a real and a fake card? Do you think he'd report/ snitch you out to the authorities knowing the offender could possibly end up in jail for ten years, without fear of retaliation?
We get your point but you're way off the mark.