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Two New York nurses charged with forging Covid vaccine cards to earn more than $1.5 million

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Two nurses from Long Island charged with forging covid-19 vaccination cards and entering the fake info in the New York State’s database.

Prosecutors said that officers obtained a ledger documenting profits in excess of $1.5 million from the alleged illegal activity.
Office of the District Attorney County of Suffolk
During a search of Julie DeVuono’s home, officials said officers seized roughly $900,000.
Office of the District Attorney County of Suffolk

Scam made $1.5 million.

Julie DeVuono owner/operator of Wild Child Pediatric Healthcare in Amityville and her employee Marissa Urraro.

From November 2021 to January 2022, the pair allegedly forged vaccination cards, charging adults $220 apiece and $85 per child for a fake record that would land in the New York State Immunization Information System database. Prosecutors said that on one or more occasions, DeVuono and Urrano allegedly created records to indicate a vaccine was given to an undercover detective despite never administering the vaccine.

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