Illinois woman Chloe Mrozak, 24, went to Hawaii and presented a Covid vaccination card to avoid quarantine upon arrival. The card, unfortunately for Mrozak's travel plans, said she received the "Maderna" vaccine and reportedly led to her arrest. Business Insider:
Investigators said that they got a tip that Mrozak may have faked the vaccine documents, Hawaii News Now reported. Officials in Delaware told the investigators that they couldn't find evidence of Mrozak's vaccinations in their medical records, per the publication's report.
Authorities arrested Mrozak on Saturday at Daniel K Inouye International Airport in Honolulu, when she was at the Southwest Airlines counter about to fly home, after identifying her by a distinctive tattoo they found photos of on her Facebook, Khon2 reported.
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