Three arrested for attempting a virtual vaccination

The 75-year-old plastic surgeon, her secretary and a nurse were arrested at the Athens Medical Center for attempting a sham vaccination.

According to investigators from the district police station, this is a 31-year-old man with his stated home address in Nea Makri. He was identified by the applicant nurse from a surveillance photograph shown to her by the police. It is noted that he had an appointment, which he recorded with his real data.

A case of fictitious vaccination against coronavirus in a polyclinic in the center of Athens was revealed by the police internal investigation service. The defendants include three women, including a 75-year-old plastic surgeon working at a large private hospital in Athens, her secretary and administrative officer at the same institution, and a nurse at the medical center. A case has been initiated against them for issuing a false vaccination certificate, violating disease prevention measures, etc.

The virtual vaccination of a 75-year-old woman and her secretary with a second dose of the vaccine took place on 21 September. At the same time, part of the procedure was recorded by hidden cameras, which were installed inside the vaccination center by police officers of the Internal Investigation Service. It is highly likely that the first dose of vaccination of two women was also fictitious, and was given at the same medical center on August 31st.

According to court documents, which became the property of the editorial board, the investigation into the case was launched after information according to which “the doctor, plastic surgeon, and her secretary performed the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and are going to give the second dose on September 21st.” As part of a preliminary investigation into the case, the police discovered that the doctor and her secretary had indeed gone to the clinic on the morning of September 21 for vaccinations.

As a result of the procedure, the vaccine was given to him not by the nurse on duty, but by the elder, with whom, probably, both women came to a financial agreement. Nevertheless, the vaccination process came into the field of view of a hidden camera, which recorded the following: the head nurse takes the syringe and brings it to the doctor’s hand without vaccination, since she does not press the syringe plunger. The same happens during the vaccination of the secretary, who, as usual, takes a picture of herself on her mobile phone at the time of the virtual vaccination!

After a search of the trash can in the vaccination room, a syringe was found filled with liquid – most likely with a vaccine. The investigators of the Ministry of Internal Affairs showed the video from the hidden camera to other employees, nurses of the polyclinic, who saw that “the plunger of the syringe is not pressed to pour out the liquid, and, therefore, the vaccination did not take place.”

The three defendants, in their explanations to investigators, denied the charges. Yesterday they appeared before the prosecutor of the Athens Court of First Instance. As we reported previously, a man who offered a vaccination center nurse € 500 for fake vaccination from Covid-19, was identified and put on the wanted list. According to investigators from the district police station, this is a 31-year-old man with his stated home address in Nea Makri. He was identified by the applicant nurse from a surveillance photograph shown to her by the police. It is noted that he had an appointment, which he recorded with his real data.

A case was initiated against him for giving a bribe to a civil servant in the line of duty. The materials of the case will be transferred to the prosecutor, who is expected to try to find out if the man gave money to any of the doctors earlier.

Giving a bribe to an official is a serious criminal offense under Greek law. The punishment for this act can be up to 10 years or more in prison.

General inspections for all vaccination centers were ordered by order of the Greek Prosecutor General’s Office, after identified in the city of Cardiac cases of sham vaccinations

A case was initiated against him for giving a bribe to a civil servant in the line of duty. The case file will be transferred to the prosecutor, who is expected to try to find out if the man gave money to any of the doctors earlier.

Giving a bribe to an official is a serious criminal offense under Greek law. The punishment for this act can be up to 10 years or more in prison.

General checks on all vaccination centers were ordered by order of the Greek Prosecutor General’s Office, after identified in the city of Cardiac cases of sham vaccinations





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