New York — As millions of people await their turn to get a Covid-19 vaccine that could be months away, scammers online, in e-mails and on messaging apps are luring victims with claims they can deliver shots within days for as little as $150.

Vaccine scams are on the rise, according to European and US government officials, who are warning the public of fraudsters out for money and personal data...

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