The accused worked as an attendant at the Laval University vaccination center.
A young woman who worked at the COVID vaccination center -19 located at Laval University would have taken advantage of its position to obtain false vaccine passports.
Carolane Fournier, 27, is scheduled to appear November 1 at the Quebec City courthouse to face charges of breach of trust, unauthorized use of a computer and fabrication of false documents .
Carolane Fournier is scheduled to appear at the Quebec City courthouse on November 1 to face three charges.
In a statement, UPAC, which conducted the investigation, specifies that Fournier allegedly entered false information into the Quebec Vaccination Registry for her and others.
“These false diets allowed them to to obtain false vaccine profiles, required for obtaining vaccine evidence against COVID-19 in the form of QR codes. »
— Excerpt from the UPAC press release
The offenses were allegedly committed while the Beauport borough resident was working as an escort agent, between the September 8 and 17, 2021.
His employment relationship with the CIUSSS de la Capitale-Nationale ended in September 2021.