February 2, 2021
Chinese police have cracked a fake COVID-19 vaccine ring and confiscated 3,000 fake doses. The fake vaccines were made by injecting saline into syringes. The suspects may have intended to send the vaccines to foreign nations.
Chinese police arrested more than 80 people and confiscated 3,000 fake doses of COVID-19 vaccine as part of a campaign to combat vaccine-related crimes, state news agency Xinhua reported.
The suspects had been carrying out the ruse since at least September last year, Xinhua said on Monday (Feb 1), adding that all fake doses had been tracked down.
The fake vaccines were made by injecting saline into syringes, it said.
The suspects may have intended to send the vaccines abroad, the government-backed Global Times newspaper reported, citing a source close to a major Chinese vaccine producer.
The police operation was carried out by police in multiple places including Beijing, Shanghai and the eastern province of Shandong, Xinhua said.
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