Internal Security Forces have arrested two men in Lebanon accused of forging negative PCR tests and selling them to people who never took the test in the first place.
According to an official statement released by the ISF, the two men had been faking PCR test results issued by the Rafic Hariri University Hospital in the name of individuals wishing to leave Lebanon.
They were selling the fake test results for fees ranging between 40,000 and 60,000 LL, and had sold around 100 of them before they were caught by security forces and arrested a few days ago.
The culprits were identified as R.M. (25 years old) and Q.M. (27 years old), and are currently in custody.
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