Pfizer finds fake COVID-19 vaccine in two countries

The US Company Pfizer has discovered fake versions of its COVID-19 vaccine in Mexico and Poland, the Wall Street Journal reports.

According to the newspaper, about 80 people received a fake vaccine at the clinic in Mexico, issued for Pfizer/BioNTech, for an approximate cost of a thousand dollars per dose. It is reported that the vials found in Mexico were with a fake label.

In turn, in Poland, according to the newspaper, the fake vaccine was probably actually a cure for wrinkles. As noted, the Polish authorities said that no one managed to get a fake vaccine.

The publication emphasizes that the authorities seized the vials in Poland and Mexico during investigations, after which Pfizer confirmed that they are fake.

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