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Police raids in Austria uncover fake vaccination passes
The searches come just weeks before Austria makes COVID vaccines mandatory.
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Facebook's parent company also said it had removed dozens of fake Polish accounts that posed as migrants.
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Coronavirus: Malaysia arrests five for sharing misinformation online
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