Police issue warning over Covid pass con
The Herald|January 08, 2022
CRIMINALS ASK PEOPLE TO HAND OVER THEIR MONEY

POLICE have again warned the public that under no circumstances would the NHS ask for money to get a Covid pass.

It comes after yet more people complained they had received messages urging them to click on links that suggest they can get a NHS Covid Pass – and may risk being fined if they don’t get one.

One reader contacted ’s sister website PlymouthLive to say they had received a text message stating: “You are now eligible to apply for your NHS Covid Pass. Failure to apply may result in a fine. You can apply for this here at…” It then gave a website link: nhs-get-my-pass.com.

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