Vaccinated residents are being cautioned not to share photographs of their COVID-19 vaccination record cards on social media.
The Better Business Bureau says individuals shouldn’t post photos of their cards on social media in light of the fact that it incorporates private data including your complete name and birthday.
As indicated by the BBB, posting photographs can assist tricksters with making and sell fake vaccine cards or even hack records and open a Mastercard.
On Monday, a huge number of individuals in Los Angeles County and across California had the option to get the COVID-19 vaccine as qualification opened up to those with fundamental health conditions and disabilities.
That gathering represents an expected 4.4 million individuals statewide.