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Maryland’s COVID-19 Fraud Strike Force busy at work

August 14, 2023

In the past year, Maryland’s U.S. Attorney’s Office has prosecuted cases against 20 defendants who committed COVID fraud with losses totaling an alleged $40 million. The office established its COVID-19 Fraud Strike Force in August 2022 and has since seen its criminal prosecutions of pandemic fraud-related cases “significantly increase,” Public Affairs Specialist Marcia Lubin told The Center Square.

Article Source: Washington Examiner

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