Santa Cruz business owner caught in federal COVID-19 fraud-related case scheduled to change plea

SANTA CRUZ — A Santa Cruz business owner facing federal COVID-19 fraud-related charges is scheduled to modify her not-guilty plea in a U.S. District Court hearing next month.

In a complaint filed in the Northern District on April 19, Jaimi Jansen, 40, was alleged to have sold fake COVID-19 homeopathic cures and fraudulent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 vaccination cards. Jansen is the founder and CEO of Santa Cruz CORE Fitness + Rehab, with locations in Santa Cruz and Watsonville but has stepped down from the chief executive role during the criminal case, according to her attorney, Peter Leeming.

“This has nothing to do with Santa Cruz CORE

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