Two more shipments of fake COVID-19 vaccinations cards from China have been seized by US authorities.
The latest batch of bogus cards were intercepted by Customs and Border Patrol officers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, authorities said in a statement Wednesday.
The first shipment arrived on Aug. 24 and contained 20 cards that were “low-quality” in appearance, according to a CBP news release.
The second parcel, destined for the same person, was confiscated Tuesday with 50 of the phonies.
More than 3,000 bogus vaccine cards from China were seized earlier this year in Tennessee.
Last month, roughly the same amount of fraudulent cards were confiscated from cargo facilities at Anchorage airport.
Buying, selling or using a counterfeit COVID-19 vaccination card is a crime, CBP has warned, and could be punishable by a fine or up to five years in prison.