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ST. LOUIS – As more Americans get vaccinated against COVID-19, social media is full of photos that feature the card used to track recipients vaccine data.

While these vaccine card selfies have become a popular way to boost COVID-19 vaccine visibility, the Better Business Bureau cautions against sharing vaccine cards on Facebook, as it may enable identity theft and other fraud.

Chris Thetford with the BBB joined us to talk more about the scam.