New Jersey, Long Island women accused of vaccination record fraud

Manhattan prosecutors filed charges against two women, accusing them of selling fake vaccination cards and, in some cases, entering the faux vaccination records into the New York state Excelsior Pass database. 

Jasmine Clifford, 31, of Lyndhurst, N.J., who called herself @AntiVaxMomma on Instagram, was accused of selling about 250 fake Covid-19 vaccination cards for $200 each. Nadayza Barkley, 27, of Bellport, N.Y., was accused of entering 10 names into the state database for those willing to pay $250 more. The database feeds into the Excelsior Pass, an app that allows New Yorkers to show proof of vaccine on their phone. 

Thirteen people who bought the cards—some of them hospital

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