He sold kits online to get infected, so No Wax got a green pass: a man arrested in Holland

He sold kits online to get infected, so No Wax got a green pass: a man arrested in Holland

In the Netherlands, a man was arrested for selling bottles containing liquid for self-infection coronavirus, The site where these solutions were sold was called jaikwilcorona.nl and was blacked out by the Dutch authorities. Sold for €33.50 on the site the kit contained both bottles containing liquids to test for and a quick test to verify they were infected. The buyer of the kit could therefore contract the virus by “intentionally infecting themselves”, with the seller “promising” the virus and gaining immunity against it. VariantsAccording to the Dutch newspaper, and avoid the anti-Covid vaccination Wire,

In addition, by “voluntarily deciding to contract the virus”, buyers were made to understand that after infection, after recovery from the virus, customers could receive a Green Pass to avoid infection. Sanctions Anti-contagion set up by a government led by the Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte, The man was arrested, interrogated and later released by Dutch police and charged with fraud. Meanwhile, the investigators of FIOD (the Dutch government agency responsible for investigating financial crimes, Ed) and experts have announced that they will not release new information on the matter until the number of kits sold, buyers and the actual composition of the substance marketed online are known.

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