11 LIRR employees suspended without pay, accused of submitting fake COVID-19 vaccine cards

Officials say the group’s vaccination cards were provided by Julie Devuono, of Amityville, the owner of Wild Child Pediatric Healthcare.

News 12 Staff

Apr 25, 2024, 9:16 AM

Updated 25 days ago

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Officials say a dozen MTA workers are off the job today following accusations of submitting fake COVID-19 vaccination cards.
The MTA Inspector General’s Office says a Metro-North employee was fired and 11 Long Island Railroad workers were suspended without pay.
Officials say the group’s vaccination cards were provided by Julie Devuono, of Amityville, the owner of Wild Child Pediatric Healthcare.
As News 12 has reported, Devuono confessed to forging vaccination cards. Prosecutors say her company made more than $1 million in the scheme.
Four of the LIRR workers admitted they were never actually vaccinated.


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