Two nurses collected $1.5 million from counterfeiting corona vaccination cards

Two nurses on Long Island, New York, have been charged with falsifying coronavirus vaccination cards and entering false vaccination status data into the state’s database, a scam that allegedly collected more than $1.5 million.

On Friday, the Suffolk County District Attorney arrested Julie Devonne, 49, owner and operator of Wild Child Pediatric Healthcare, and her employee, Marisa Oraro, 44, according to a complaint, reported by CNBC and seen by Al

From November 2021 to January 2022, they faked immunization cards, setting a price for each fake immunization card at $220, and $85 for children’s cards for entering the names of these people into the New York State Immunization Information System database.

In a statement announcing the charges, Special Agent Scott Lambert said the state’s database used to track vaccination records puts the health and well-being of others at risk, and undermines efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

A copy of their note

A copy of their note

During a search of Devono’s home, officials said officers confiscated nearly $900,000. They also allegedly found a notebook documenting more than $1.5 million in profits from their scheme.

Sources told the New York Daily News that Derren DeVono, the defendant’s husband, an officer with the New York Police Department, is under investigation by the department’s Office of Internal Affairs in connection with his possible involvement in his wife’s alleged scheme.

And just a month ago, New York Governor Cathy Hochhol signed a bill to criminalize counterfeit COVID-19 vaccination cards.

A picture of the seized money

A picture of the seized money

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