Illinois woman Chloe Mrozak arrested for using fake COVID-19 vaccine card

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Illinois woman Chloe Mrozak arrested for using fake COVID-19 vaccine card

An Illinois woman was busted Saturday for allegedly using a phony COVID-19 vaccine card with a glaring typo to travel to Hawaii, a report said.

The card allegedly submitted online to Hawaiian authorities by Chloe Mrozak, 24, misspelled Moderna as “Maderna,” according to court documents obtained by HawaiiNewsNow.

Mrozak flew into Oah on Aug. 23 and state investigators were tipped off to the suspicious document.

Investigators were initially unable to track down Mrozak because the hotel reservation she left with screeners turned out to be incorrect, court documents show.

But she was caught when she returned to the airport to fly out last weekend, the report said.

The fraudulent vaccine card claimed Mrozak was vaccinated in Delaware, but officials found no such record in the state.

Mrozak was being held on $2,000 bail on accusations she falsified vaccine documents.

Court documents shows one glaring mistake on Mrozak’s COVID vaccination card, where it states she received the “Maderna” vaccine.
Court documents shows one glaring mistake on Mrozak’s COVID vaccination card, where it states she received the “Maderna” vaccine.
Hawaii Department of Public Safety

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