A Slovenian man has been arrested for taking seven doses of the Kovit-19 vaccine. The man was paid by people who wanted to get a health passport that would allow them to get to five of them, go to restricted places and participate in events.
“The man received a small sum of money from four suspects, who used his difficult social circumstances to pressure him to commit the crime regardless of his health,” the local newspaper Dnevnik reported. .
All four were convicted, except the one arrested for paying the person to take the vaccine. In the country, fraudulent misrepresentation is punishable by up to three years in prison.
The man was arrested while attempting to vaccinate for the eighth time using someone else’s documents.
He has received seven vaccines at various medical centers across the country twice with his own documents and five times with third parties. Officials have not yet reported the health effects of the various vaccines.
According to the Oxford University Database Our World website, only 56.8% of the population is fully vaccinated. Slovenia. About 19% have already received a booster dose.
In total, there are more than 450,000 Govt-19 cases and more than 5,500 deaths in the country of about 2 million people, according to Johns Hopkins University data.
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