Fake vaccines, infected blood: Coronavirus shopping on the dark web

The virtual underworld is home to products even more disturbing than Pete Evans' notorious BioCharger.

When Pete Evans spruiks bogus COVID-19 treatments on Instagram, you may guess that the secret areas of the internet are home to some even more disturbing products than his notorious BioCharger, a machine that looks like a food processor but which (apparently) uses pulsed waves of energy to fight off the dreaded coronavirus.

"Vaccines” priced at a mere $25,000-a-shot and bulk supplies of PPE that even Bunnings cannot source have all been listed for sale on dark web auctions sites in the last month.

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