U.S. Customs and Border Protection: ‘Not everyone orders greeting cards from China’

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This document provided by the Hawaii Attorney General’s Office shows a fake COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card from a tourist visiting Hawaii. The Illinois woman submitted the fake card to avoid Hawaii’s 10-day traveler quarantine, according to authorities, but there a glaring spelling error that led to her arrest: Moderna was misspelled “Maderna.” (Hawaii Attorney General’s Office via AP)

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Public Affairs Officer Steve Bansbach joins John Williams to explain how counterfeit vaccination cards are detected in internationally traveling mail.

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