An Illinois woman was arrested on Saturday for traveling to Hawaii with a forged COVID-19 vaccination card, which contained a blatant error.
According to court documents, Chloe Mrozak, 24, allegedly submitted an online card to Hawaiian officials that misspelled Moderna as “Maderna.”
On Aug. 23, Mrozak arrived in Oahu, and state detectives were alerted to the suspicious document.
According to court documents, investigators were originally unable to locate Mrozak because the hotel reservation she left with screeners turned out to be wrong.
However, she was apprehended when she returned to the airport to fly out last weekend.
Mrozak was vaccinated in Delaware, according to the fake vaccine card, but officials discovered there was no such record in the state.
She is currently being held on a $2,000 bond for falsifying vaccination documents.