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COVID-19 vaccine: Fraudsters seek to cash in on UK's race to inoculate against coronavirus

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The Cube, Euronews' social media newsdesk, has spotted huge numbers of online users sharing screenshots of scam emails and texts.

Added on the 27/01/2021 22:27:35 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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