Princes Town URP worker charged with vaccination card scam

Terry Garib. - Photo courtesy TTPS
Terry Garib. - Photo courtesy TTPS

A URP worker has been charged with forging covid19 vaccination cards.

Terry Garib appeared before magistrate Armina Mohammed-Deonarinesingh on Thursday and was granted $150,000 bail.

He was charged by PC Jagroop of the San Fernando police station.

The 52-year-old man of Mt Stewart Village, Princes Town, was ordered to surrender his passport as part of his bail condition.

In a statement on Friday, police said Garib was seen by security officers, at the San Fernando General Hospital, allegedly distributing covid19 immunisation cards to people.

Investigators allegedly discovered that a template of a genuine covid19 immunisation card was used to make the cards.

It is alleged that Garib also had a Ministry of Health stamp which originated from the Ste Madeleine Health Centre.

He is expected to reappear in the San Fernando Magistrates’ Court on September 14.


"Princes Town URP worker charged with vaccination card scam"

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