Mafia groups may attempt to disrupt the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine, a global organization Communication warned Wednesday.
“Financial institutions should also help the uninitiated through fake websites and counterfeit drugs, which could put their health, even their lives at risk,” said Interpol Secretary General Jürgen Stock.
“It is important for security forces to be prepared for the potential risks of all cases linked to the COVID-19 vaccine, which is why Interpol has issued a global warning.”
The warning comes as health care providers in The US and elsewhere are looking for more vaccines which has been made. On Wednesday, the United Kingdom became the first country in the West to legal recognition vaccine, green light supplier to Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine, which trials have shown to be safe and effective 95% effective inhibition of COVID-19.
Last month, Interpol warned of the dangers of The real COVID-19 vaccine is on sale, advising law enforcement agencies around the world to begin actively preparing to avoid such cases.
“The combination of low availability will make the COVID-19 vaccine the equivalent of liquid gold in technologies that are only available once,” Stock said.
There is also a risk that the false COVID-19 trial could be sold, the agency added, as the need for testing could only increase once the international tour resumes.
Interpol has warned people about this counterfeit medicine and other medical supplies, which are said to have become increasingly alarming.
On Wednesday, the group said a survey showed that “of the 3,000 online web sites suspected of selling illegal drugs and weapons, about 1,700 had cyber threats, particularly fraudulent and malicious malware.”
In a warning Wednesday, it also said the epidemic “has already caused unprecedented corruption.”
There has been a file for the rise of the band, Interpol said in August, agencies and governments are the main sources of information. The temporary shift of business from office to the internet has brought with it high levels of fraud, malware, cybercrime, and other frauds.
In the midst of the epidemic, there have been numerous cases of those who take advantage of the situation to commit fraud and precious prices.
In March, as COVID-19 began to spread in the US, law enforcement agencies across the country warned of Fraud knocking on people’s doors claiming to be CDC officials and offer to test people to earn money.