SAN FRANCISCO — In a matter of clicks anyone could have access to a fake CDC vaccine card. This is what 45 attorney generals across the nation are highly concerned about.
"We know people have been selling fake vaccine cards," said North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein.
Stein says this act "will make people less safe and make the COVID-19 pandemic last longer."
In a letter, Attorney General Stein is giving the CEO's of Twitter, Ebay and Shopify until Friday to respond.
"Take immediate action to prevent your platforms from being used as a vehicle to commit these fraudulent and deceptive acts," Stein said.
Stein believes these black market deals could lead to a wider implementation of vaccine passports.
"I expect there will be some form of digital signature," said Stein.