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Avoid COVID-19 Contact Link in Text Messages

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The latest Coronavirus scam uses text messaging to make people think they have been in contact with someone who contracted the coronavirus. Law enforcement officials are warning the public not to click a text message link which is believed to be phishing for personal information.

The text states the recipient should click a link to get tested for the virus and be sure to self-isolate too. Remember that under most circumstances, official agencies will not contact you via text, email, or phone call.

Read more on this latest scam at the SoS Daily News.

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