Interpol has warned crime gangs can promote fake vaccines of Covid-19

Interpol has warned the world’s law enforcement agencies that organized crime gangs can promote fake vaccines of Covid-19 and sell them directly face-to-face or via the Internet.

Interpol on Wednesday issued an Orange Notice issued to all 194 member states that counterfeit vaccines of Covid-19 and flu could be produced, stolen and illegally publicized.


A statement issued by Intpol said, it also includes the promotion, sale and sale of fake vaccines and offenses against such vaccines. Interpol issues an ‘Orange Notice’ to warn of a person, object or event that poses a serious threat to public safety. In India, the CBI works in coordination with Interpol. This warning comes at a time when Britain has become the first country in the Western countries to approve a Covid-19 vaccine. Interpol has asked police organizations to secure the supply chain.

Interpol has warned crime gangs can promote fake vaccines of Covid-19
Interpol has warned crime gangs can promote fake vaccines of Covid-19

Apart from this, the international organization has also asked to identify illegal websites that sell fake products. Interpol Secretary-General J├╝rgen Stock said in a statement, criminal gangs can target people with fake websites and fake treatment claims. This can threaten people’s health and their lives.

“It is necessary that law and order agencies be prepared for criminal acts related to the Kovid-19 vaccine, so the Interpol has issued this warning,” the official said.

At the same time, former French President Valerie Guiscard Diesteng died after being hit by a corona virus infection. He breathed his last at the age of 94. He was recently admitted to the hospital after having trouble breathing. After treatment, he was back home after recovering, but had to be admitted again on Wednesday due to problems growing. At the same time, he breathed his last on Wednesday night. Valerie Guiscard Diesteng was President of France from 1974 to 1981. Diesteng is identified to unify European countries.