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Scammers sending fake Covid-19 text messages; DO NOT CLICK!

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If you receive a text message like the one pictured, DO NOT click the link! It is not a legitimate message from an official agency.

It can, however, be a gateway for scammers to find their way into your world and get their hands on your personal information.#covid19#scam

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