COVID-19 Treatment, Cure and Vaccine Scams on the Rise

Updated: May 21

Scamtracker.org has received a number of reports from people who have received emails and messages claiming that they can purchase vaccines or medical products that will prevent or cure COVID-19. These claims are false, as there are no U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved vaccines or drugs to prevent COVID-19, and no approved vaccines, drugs, or products specifically for curing COVID-19 available for purchase online or in stores. The Department Of Justice recently filed action against a business claiming to sell World Health Organization vaccine kits in exchange for a shipping charge of $4.95.


Visit https://www.covid19cincy.org/ for current information on scams pertaining to COVID-19 and as always, report suspicious activity to scamtracker.org. Check the Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization for the latest updates from officials worldwide.


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