Credit: Dalia Mohammad

Above: Community health worker Dalia Mohammad holds her immunization card and a COVID-19 vaccine sticker after receiving her first dose at the San Diego County vaccination super site at Petco Park, Jan. 11, 2021.

The San Diego County District Attorney’s Office issued a warning Thursday regarding advertisements popping up on social media websites offering fake COVID-19 vaccination cards, the purveyors of which could face criminal prosecution.

The DA’s Office said those producing and/or selling phony vaccination cards could face both federal and state criminal charges, as COVID-19 vaccine cards contain official U.S. government seals, making it illegal to duplicate without authorization both under federal and California law.

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