DOJ Has Charged Nearly 500 With COVID-Related Fraud In The Past Year


Attorney General Merrick Garland, pictured on March 11, said Friday the Justice Department will continue its effort to deter and punish coronavirus-related fraud.

A year after the first major coronavirus relief package passed, the Justice Department has charged defendants over exploiting loan and unemployment programs as well as with fraud targeting consumers.

(Image credit: Kevin Dietsch/AFP via Getty Images)

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