Kedah Police Chief Datuk Kamarul Zaman Mamat reported yesterday on a complaint about the issue of selling fake vaccine digital certificates.
An investigation document was then opened pursuant to Section 22(d) of the Infectious Disease Prevention and Control Act of 1988 (Act 342) and Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act of 1998.
If convicted, the offender may be fined up to RM 100,000 or imprisoned for a term not exceeding seven years or both.
“So far, no police reports have been received regarding the possession or sale of fake vaccine digital certificates and PDRM Kedah advises the public to be careful and not be easily swayed into possessing the certificate,” he said in a statement today.
Therefore, Kedah Police have also asked anyone with information on this case to come forward and channel any information to PDRM Kedah at 04-7741275 or MERS 999 or Senior Investigative Officer, Assistant Superintendent Noorulazanni Muhammad Noor at 011-10318409.
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