COVID-19 education campaign in downtown Houston FBI raid
COVID-19 education campaign in downtown Houston FBI raid

COVID-19 education campaign in downtown Houston FBI raid

FBI agents raided the Houston Health Department’s offices this week as part of an investigation into a vendor involved in a COVID-19 training campaign, according to a report.

The health agency confirmed in a statement that it had received a search warrant at its administrative offices by the federal agents on Wednesday.

“The investigation involves allegations of a health department’s marketing provider and employee behavior,” the statement said. “The City of Houston is fully cooperating.”

The seller in question worked on marketing for the city’s “Better Together” COVID-19 campaign, which trained the public on how to slow down the spread of the virus, sources told the news station KTRK.

The marketing firm had been paid more than $ 900,000, according to city records.

The Houston Health Department was attacked by the FBI as part of an investigation of a provider it was working on.
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The FBI says no charges have been filed in the case and declined to provide further information.
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The seller who was investigated was involved in COVID-19 public health education as part of Houston’s “Better Together” campaign.
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Several federal agents were seen carrying boxes out of the administrative offices, the business reported.

The FBI also confirmed the raid, saying no charges have been filed in the case, but declined to provide further details about the investigation.

“Guidelines for the Department of Justice prevent us from providing more information at this time,” the statement said.

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