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    Top Nurse Indicted With Issuing Fake CDC Vaccination Cards

    A nurse in Columbia, South Carolina has been charged by a federal grand jury for producing fraudulent Covid-19 vaccination cards, according to the South Carolina District Attorney’s Office.

    Tammy McDonald, 53, will be charged on April 20th. She will also be charged with lying to federal agents when questioned on the matter in October.

    “She provided CDC Covid-19 vaccination cards to individuals and had personally filled in the identification information and batch numbers of the people for vaccines that she knew were not given to those people,” the indictment reads.

    McDonald was charged, according to the indictment, on two counts of producing fraudulent identification documents and of lying to federal investigators.

    She was charged on Friday and given $ 10,000 bail, according to a US Attorney’s press release. She has pleaded not guilty on all charges.

    “Although the indictment speaks for itself, creating fraudulent or forged vaccination cards for unvaccinated individuals poses a direct threat to the health of the South Carolina population,” Acting US Attorney DeHart said in a statement.

    According to the US attorney’s office, McDonald faces up to 15 years in prison and five years in prison for lying to federal investigators for any fraudulent Covid-19 vaccination card charge.

    CNN has asked McDonald’s attorney for comment and is awaiting a response.


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