Pfizer confirms fake vaccine shots on sale in Mexico, Poland

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April 23, 2021 – Fake doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine were being sold in Mexico and Poland for as much as US$2,500 a shot, the drugmaker and an official confirmed.

At a clinic in Mexico some 80 people received bogus vaccines, which appeared to have been physically harmless though offered no protection against the potentially deadly disease ravaging the country, a report in the Wall Street Journal said. Mexico’s government spokesman on COVID-19 Hugo Lopez-Gatell said “no product was found that could affect” the health of those scammed, adding several people had been arrested. CTV News reports. | READ MORE