Don’t Share Your COVID-19 Vaccine Card On Social Media, BBB Warns

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JAMESTOWN – As more people get the COVID-19 vaccine the Better Business Bureau is warning not to share photos of their vaccine card on social media.

Vaccination cards have personal information on them, like your full name, your birthday, and where you got your vaccine.

However, it’s not just personal information scammers could be after; the group says they could use your real card to make a phony one.

Scammers have been caught selling fake vaccination cards online in Great Britain.

The BBB warns that it’s only a matter of time before that starts in the United States.

If you want to share the momentous occasion online, they say take a photo of your vaccine sticker or take a selfie at the clinic.


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