(ANSA) – ROME, DECEMBER 12 – He would offer online, for €33, a “kit for infection” with the Covid virus and then be able to get, once recovered, on the green lane without the need for vaccination. Dutch media reported this, citing the police.
The Dutch Finance Ministry’s (Fiod) Anti-fraud Department said the man who was arrested, then released pending investigation, offered vials containing the alleged coronavirus for sale online, De reports. Telegraaf.
The proposed kit included, in addition to the vial that was promised to contain the virus, ‘including its variants’, a home test for Covid.
A Fiod spokesperson told Dutch news agency Anp that the suspect has been released in the meantime: “Further investigations are needed to see if he actually managed to sell something” but if the matter is proven it would be a “reprehensible threat to public health”.
The site, where the bottles were advertised, was immediately removed from the network. (Dealing).
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