If you thought Chinese seeds were creepy, look out for face masks in mailbox soon
Just when you thought your mailbox was getting back to normal after the strange, unsolicited packages of seeds were arriving, lately, an event creepier issue has popped up – unsolicited face masks being mailed to people who didn’t order them.
The packages are coming to random U.S. addresses which residents say they didn’t order.
The masks are coming in packages with Chinese return addresses.
So far reports of the masks have popped up in Kentucky, Virginia, New York, Massachusetts and South Carolina have received the strange packages.
Law enforcement authorities say common sense applies here: If you didn’t order the masks, the best action is to just throw them away.
Mississippi’s number of new COVID-19 coronavirus cases reported Tuesday continued to be lower than the trailing averages, indicating that measures... read more