FBI: Got a vaccine? Don’t post the card on social media

FBI: Once you receive your COVID-19 vaccine, the #FBI asks that you do not post a photo of your CDC vaccination card on social media.

You could open yourself up to identify theft if you do.

Report fraud here or 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324).

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  1. For those who wish to boast about getting the vaccine without jeopardizing your private info, you could always go the bumper sticker route. Example: “I climbed Mount Washington.” Likewise, you can get a bumper sticker saying, “I got the vaccine.” You will not give away any private information, and you can be the envy of your entire social circle of friends without having to post anything on your social media page. It will boost your self esteem and have you stand out from the unvaccinated crowd.
    Instructions: To place sticker on your rear bumper, make sure bumper is clean of any dirt particles and grease. Slowly peel off sticker from the cardboard and place evenly on any area of the bumper. Laminated stickers will cost you more, but will be much more impressive to onlookers. Good luck and stay private.

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