An unvaccinated lady’s endeavor to partake in a Hawaiian excursion liberated by the state’s 10-day isolate order was frustrated by awful spelling.
Chloe Mrozak, 24, was captured Saturday at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu on the wrongdoing accusation of doubt of adulterated immunization reports. Her bail was set at $2,000, as per neighborhood station KHON-TV.
At the point when Mrozak initially showed up in Hawaii on Aug. 23, the state Safe Travels Program manager announced her COVID-19 inoculation card was conceivably deceitful.
Mrozak, an Illinois inhabitant, was immunized in Delaware by two National Guard individuals distinguished as “cpl wolf” and “ssgt montey,” as indicated by her immunization card, LawAndCrime.com detailed.
Not really set in stone from authorities in Delaware that there was no record of Mrozak being immunized.
There was another issue: Mrozak’s card incorrectly spelled the Moderna antibody as “Maderna.”
In spite of beginning doubts, Mrozak left the air terminal. Authorities later couldn’t discover a booking at the inn where she said she would remain and she didn’t list return travel data.
Specialist William Lau of the state head legal officer’s office said he found Mrozak via looking through online media and discovered a Facebook account in which she depicted herself as a model. The photograph display showed Mrozak with an unmistakable tattoo to her left side hip.
Law implementers recognized a lady with the tattoo at the Southwest Airlines counter at the Honolulu air terminal on Saturday and captured Mrozak as she endeavored to fly home.
After her capture, specialists said Mrozak told an official she was inoculated by her own PCP and paid for the shot, as indicated by Hawaii News Now. Coronavirus antibodies are free in the U.S.
Mrozak was going with another lady, who was not captured, specialists said.