A 24-year-old woman who was arrested earlier this month for trying to enter Hawaii with a fake coronavirus vaccine card has filed a lawsuit, The Associated Press reports.
Chloe Mrozak, the suspect, was released earlier after receiving a tip-off from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport’s Honolulu airport at wrong cases of violating two epidemic laws in Hawaii. All visitors to Hawaii must submit a vaccination card at the entrance or in isolation for 10 days upon arrival; Using a fake card allows a person to cross the line and reach the shores without a valid permit. Officials say Mrozak has introduced a fake card, which effectively confused the Moderna vaccine maker as “Maderna,” on digital devices that Hawaii uses to test travelers. If convicted on the first charges, Mrozak could face up to one year in prison.
According to the AP, Mrozak is expected to appear in the case via Wednesday Zoom. Following his disappearance, Judge Karin Holma granted $ 500 bail for his arrest. Not the biggest plan to come up with first.
FBI warned in April Card-making, which is an official document issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, could be a public crime with a maximum capacity of half a prison. The right wing organizations and anti-vaxx states have been around the temples of various forms online since the beginning of this year, but it seems that few have done this (or have been caught).
In late August, protesters in Manhattan announced this they always pay 31-year-old Jasmine Clifford, who passed @AntiVaxMomma on Instagram, making and selling 250 fake CDC cards. A Chicago pharmacist, 34-year-old Tangtang Zhao, could meet up to 120 years in prison on government charges for selling him fake cards on eBay, while a 41-year-old California medical doctor named Juli A. Mazi meets false government cases related to his sale of fake cards and counterfeit “vaccines”.
While Hawaii was thriving through the epidemic due to the brutality perpetrated by health officials and distance from the US, since July 2021, began to see that just a few weeks ago it was declining. According to the tracker Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the government has found about 76,966 cases since Friday 738 deaths.
Governor David Ige has asked travelers to stopping all unnecessary trips to border border at least November, which suggests that the plague could cause serious problems for those who depend on tourism. He estimates that 75% of government officials have received it One vaccine.