The Kent County Health Department has issued a warning about notes popping up at apartment complexes from people who want to be infected with CoVid-19.

The Health Department issued the warnings after several notes popped up around town, mostly in the public area or laundry rooms or on message boards at apartment complexes.

Most say things like they need to 'test their vaccine', others are offering money to be infected, or for a positive test, but the Health Department warns its more than likely a ruse to get you to give up personal information, or get money from you, and says its best to ignore these notes.

Here's a couple of examples of what these appeals may look like.

They also may be from people who took time off work for COVID without having it, and now have been asked for proof. Either way, it's creepy.

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