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Riyadh Health has seized in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a citizen working as a security and safety man, and a resident, trading forged Corona examination certificates. And the Riyadh health explained in a statement to her via
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Riyadh Health clarified in a statement on its official website, that a communication was received: “Concerning the falsification of Corona certificates, and the citizen and the expatriate were caught with the flagrante delict, as a number of forged certificates were seized.”
It confirmed that the two defendants were arrested in a special laboratory, and handed over to the police, to refer them to the prosecution for investigation, and that all legal measures were taken against them.
Initial investigations revealed: “The defendants were working for their own account, without the knowledge of the facility, by entering the system of illegally issuing reports.”
The Law of Practicing Health Professions in Saudi Arabia punishes with imprisonment up to 6 months and a fine of up to 100,000 riyals (the equivalent of $ 26,666), or one of these two penalties, whoever practices health professions without a license, and who provides data that do not match the truth, or uses Illegal methods that resulted in granting him a license to practice health professions, and whoever used a means of propaganda that would lead the public to believe that he is entitled to practice health professions, contrary to the truth. Machines or equipment, which are usually used in the practice of health professions, without being licensed to practice those professions, or without having a legitimate reason for their possession from a trader in human organs, or a human organ transplant, knowing that it was obtained through trading .
The Anti-forgery Law also stipulates that whoever forges or grants (according to his jurisdiction) a medical report or certificate contrary to the truth with knowledge of that, he / she shall be punished with imprisonment for a period not exceeding one year and a fine not exceeding 100,000 riyals (equivalent to 26,666 dollars), or one of the These two penalties.