By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Vaccinated residents are being warned not to share photos of their COVID-19 vaccination record cards on social media.

A patient holds a COVID-19 vaccination record card.

The Better Business Bureau says people shouldn’t post pictures of their cards on social media because it includes private information including your full name and birthday.

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According to the BBB, posting photos can help scammers create and sell phony vaccine cards or even hack accounts and open a credit card.

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On Monday, millions of people in Los Angeles County and across California were able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as eligibility opened up to those with underlying health conditions and disabilities.

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That group accounts for an estimated 4.4 million people statewide.