PNP Cracks Down On Fake Vaccination Cards | OneNews.PH

16/01/2022 4:00:00 AM

People caught using counterfeit vaccination cards could face imprisonment of one to six months and P20,000 to P50,000 in fines under the Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases and Health Events of Public Health Concern Act, the PNP warned.

People caught using counterfeit vaccination cards could face imprisonment of one to six months and P20,000 to P50,000 in fines under the Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases and Health Events of Public Health Concern Act, the PNP warned. | onenewsph

People caught using counterfeit vaccination cards could face imprisonment of one to six months and P20,000 to P50,000 in fines under the Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases and Health Events of Public Health Concern Act, the PNP warned.

Police have launched a crackdown on users of fake COVID-19 vaccination cards, warning them of immediate arrest and criminal prosecution.“Don’t ever attempt to falsify the vaccination card or else you’ll face raps,” Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Gen. Dionardo Carlos said in a statement.

With the National Capital Region (NCR) and several areas under Alert Level 3, the public is encouraged to carry vaccination cards for easy access to establishments or public transportation.But with the government’s vaccination drive still unable to reach a sizeable part of the population, many have reportedly resorted to using fake vaccination cards to skirt quarantine restrictions and border controls.

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8, 2022. Photo by Russel Palma, The Philippine STAR Police have launched a crackdown on users of fake COVID-19 vaccination cards, warning them of immediate arrest and criminal prosecution. on Friday, Jan. “Don’t ever attempt to falsify the vaccination card or else you’ll face raps,” Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Gen. 15 to 22 “to ease the health burden caused by the surge of COVID-19 cases to the physical and mental well-being of the school personnel and learners. Dionardo Carlos said in a statement. According to the Northern Police District (NPD) and District Drug Enforcement Unit (DDEU), the suspects — Marlon Mendoza, 25; and Paul Romeo Llacer, 26 — were nabbed at the corner of Guido 1 and A. With the National Capital Region (NCR) and several areas under Alert Level 3, the public is encouraged to carry vaccination cards for easy access to establishments or public transportation.

But with the government’s vaccination drive still unable to reach a sizeable part of the population, many have reportedly resorted to using fake vaccination cards to skirt quarantine restrictions and border controls. The police confiscated from the suspects more or less 100 grams P680,000 worth of shabu; P7,500 buy-bust money, one sachet with an undetermined amount of white crystalline substance, a black belt bag, and a motorcycle. “For the duration of the suspension of classes, it is expected that physical reporting of teachers will not be required by the school heads,” Cabral said. In issuing the warning, Carlos cited as an example the arrest in Cotabato of two people who presented fake vaccination cards at a checkpoint. People caught using counterfeit vaccination cards could face imprisonment of one month to six months and P20,000 to P50,000 in fines under Republic Act 11332 or the Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases and Health Events of Public Health Concern Act. Mendoza and Llacer will be charged for the violation of the Republic Act (RA) 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002. “Since more local government units (LGUs) are now under stricter restrictions, chief executives may opt to implement the ‘no vaccination, no entry’ policy in establishments or entry points, including checkpoints,” Carlos added. 5, 2022 shall be utilized by the learners to comply with backlogs in learning outputs while teachers are expected to attend to their usual activities including in-service trainings and other learning related undertakings,” he added. He said that in exercise of prudence, the PNP has acquired an electronic system to verify the authenticity of vaccination cards. Gen.

The information in authentic cards are in the database of concerned LGUs and the Department of Health. Carlos, meanwhile, assured LGUs of assistance in enforcing rules required under the Alert Level 3 status. “These operations will greatly contribute in lessening the drug proliferation in their area of responsibility and generally this will help in our continuous campaign against illegal drugs in Metro Manila,” said Danao. 9 set as the start of the third grading period. “This will give ample time for us to stabilize the situation. With more restrictive guidelines, the public will be discouraged from going outside for non-essential purpose,” Carlos said in his statement. “This will also help our law enforcers in monitoring the movement of people,” he added. They may also adopt measures stipulated in the memorandum that he issued, he added.

The PNP chief said some LGUs have also requested for the re-imposition of border control checkpoints to check if public utility vehicles are strictly following the passenger capacity rule. On the “no vaccination, no entry” policy, Carlos said police will only enforce it if authorized by LGUs through local ordinances. Latest News .