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Levittown man accused of taking vaccination cards from CVS

A Levittown man allegedly stole COVID vaccination cards from CVS, with the intention of giving them to family and friends. Police on Thursday said they found the cards in his car. Cecilia Dowd reports. Credit: Howard Schnapp

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