“She provided CDC Covid-19 vaccination registration cards to individuals and had personally completed individual identification information and lot numbers for vaccines that she knew had not been administered. to these individuals ”, indicates the indictment.
McDonald has been charged with two counts of producing fraudulent identity documents and one count of lying to federal investigators, according to the indictment. She was arraigned Friday and given $ 10,000 bail, and pleaded not guilty to all counts, according to a press release from the US attorney’s office.
“While the indictment speaks for itself, the creation of fraudulent or forged vaccination cards for those who have not been vaccinated poses a direct threat to the health of the people of South Carolina,” he said. Acting US Attorney DeHart said in a statement.
CNN has reached out to McDonald’s attorney for comment and is awaiting a response.