Daily GGD rejects dozens of pushers for enhanced shots • 23,153 positive tests reported

Daily GGD rejects dozens of pushers for enhanced shots • 23,153 positive tests reported

It is actually possible to move forward when getting the booster shot. The ANP news agency determined that at least two people had been vaccinated because they had deliberately stated an incorrect year of birth.

Earlier this week, the ANP already showed that it is technically possible to enter incorrect data when making the appointment, but this has now been confirmed with practical cases. The man who got an extra injection was born in 1967, but entered 1937 at the GGD appointment site. Another man from 1939 occupied the year 1935 of birth at the start of the reinforcement campaign, when it was not yet his turn.

The news agency reported that the two men were vaccinated without any problems. In a previous response, GGD GHOR indicated that proof of identity is also required at the vaccination site. According to the National Ports Agency, this did not happen in these two cases.

GGD already stated this week that the system is weak. “We are not the police,” the spokesman said. “If you go ahead and commit fraud when filling in, you will be replacing someone who may need this vaccination more than you. There is a vaccine available to everyone, but wait your turn and call.”

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