Woman arrested for faking vaccination to travel.
An Illinois woman was arrested Saturday for reportedly using a counterfeit Covid-19 vaccine certificate with a glaring typo on her trip to Hawaii.
According to court documents, Chloe Mrozak, 24, submitted the vaccine certificate online to Hawaiian authorities prior to her flight, indicating that she was vaccinated with the “Maderna” jab.
State investigators were tipped off to the suspicious certificate on the day Mrozak flew to O’ahu, however, she was unable to be tracked down in Hawaii after she gave a fake address in her passenger locator form.
A week later when flying back home from her vacation, Mrozak was arrested at the airport.
The fake vaccine card claimed Mrozak was vaccinated in Delaware, but officials found no such record in the state.
She was held on $2,000 bail on accusations she falsified vaccine documents.
Two weeks ago, a Florida couple was arrested in Hawaii after allegedly presenting fake Covid-19 vaccination cards for themselves and their two children.
The Miami Beach couple was jailed on a total bail of $8,000 but has since been released.
Elsewhere, a Chicago pharmacist was indicted for stealing official Covid vaccination cards and then selling them on eBay for about $10 each.