Man, 23, is arrested over sale of NHS vaccine passports to jab refuseniks after ‘medical information had been altered for £750’
- Jordan Goodall, 23, was arrested in Oakley, close to Basingstoke, over the alleged sale of NHS vaccine passports
- It follows a Mail on Sunday investigation into fraudulent use of the passes
- Vaccine passports shall be required in giant venues in Wales and Scotland from November 11
NHS England alerted the police following our revelations final week – that ‘medical information had been being altered for a payment of £750’ – and Hampshire officers arrested Jordan Goodall, 23, in Oakley, close to Basingstoke.
It’s understood that police seized Goodall’s pc earlier than he was launched on bail
Information of Goodall’s arrest comes as Wales and Scotland introduce vaccine passports for giant venues, and care properties in England implement necessary Covid vaccinations for workers from November 11.
Jordan Goodall, 23, was arrested in Oakley, close to Basingstoke, over the alleged sale of NHS vaccine passes
A Hampshire Police spokesman mentioned: ‘Officers are investigating after allegations revealed in The Mail on Sunday newspaper claimed that counterfeit Covid passports had been being produced within the Basingstoke space.
‘A 23-year-old man, from Oakley, has been arrested in reference to the incident.
‘He was arrested on suspicion of buying, utilizing or possessing felony property; fraud by false illustration; making or supplying an article to be used in fraud and possessing or controlling an article to be used in fraud.
‘He has been launched on police bail and our inquiries are ongoing.’
It was claimed yesterday that celebrities are paying for faux Covid passports to allow them to seem on TV exhibits.
In accordance with The Sun, 4 actuality TV stars and a musician have purchased the passes to satisfy vaccination necessities demanded by programme producers on channels together with E4 and MTV.
The Mail on Sunday had earlier carried out an in-depth investigation into the alleged fraud
‘Many TV collection are actually requiring stars to have double jabs,’ the newspaper quoted a supply as saying.
‘Those that don’t need the vaccination are paying for them as a substitute. It is changing into rife.’
There isn’t a suggestion of a hyperlink to the alleged rip-off uncovered by The Mail on Sunday