They checked her and gave her sister's vaccination certificate

The 27-year-old was arrested for the self-inflicted crime of forgery

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The Police continues its daily controls, for the implementation of the measures against the spread of the coronavirus. In the last week, from Friday, December 10, 2021 until today, December 17, 2021, 18,198 nationwide inspections of citizens and properties were carried out in Cyprus. As part of these checks, the members of the Police made 37 complaints of premises and 109 citizens.

As part of the inspections of the premises, two out-of-court settlements amounting to € 16,000 each were issued, to premises in Limassol and Nicosia. In Limassol, the complaint concerned non-control of safe pass, while in Nicosia it concerned a shopping center, in which a customer without safe pass was identified.

For non-control of safe pass, € 8,000 was issued out of court in two other premises in Nicosia, while extrajudicial € 8,000 was issued against a company, also in Nicosia, after an employee was found to be working without safe pass.

Of the total number of checks, 8,502 were related to safe pass checks. Only two complaints from citizens emerged from these inspections.

In one of these two cases, it was found that the 27-year-old had shown the police a safe pass, which belonged to another person. As a result, the 27-year-old was arrested and a case of forgery is being investigated against her.

Specifically, at noon last Sunday, December 12, 2021, members of the Police went for a check-up in a cafeteria in Nicosia, where the 27-year-old works. During the test, the 27-year-old presented a vaccination certificate, which was found to belong to her sister. At the same time, it was found that she did not have a vaccination certificate or a negative test for the coronavirus.

The 27-year-old was arrested for the self-inflicted crime of forgery. He was taken to the offices of TAE Nicosia, where he made a voluntary testimony and after being accused in writing of the crime of forgery, he was released.
The 27-year-old, as well as the 39-year-old manager of the cafeteria, were fined out of court, amounting to € 300 and € 500 respectively, based on the Law on Infection.

TAE Nicosia continues the exams.