The NHS has warned people to be vigilant about fake invitations to have the coronavirus vaccination, sent by scammers.
The scam email includes a link to “register” for the vaccine, but no registration for the real vaccination is required.
The fake site also asks for bank details either to verify identification or to make a payment.
The NHS says it would never ask for bank details, and the vaccine is free.
Cyber-security consultant Daniel Card told BBC News that traffic data indicates thousands of people had clicked the link to the fake site – although it is unclear how many then filled in the form.
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