REPORT: Couple arrested after allegedly traveling to Hawaii with fake vaccination cards

Two people, a couple from Florida, were arrested just days ago after they had tried using fake COVID vaccination cards while traveling to Hawaii, attempting to skip quarantine requirements if tested positive for COVID.

Court documents show Florida couple Enzo and Daniela Dalmazzo were arrested on Aug. 11 in Honolulu for having fake vaccination cards after flying from Miami to Hawaii with their two children, KTLA sister station KHON in Honolulu reported.

The woman was also charged for giving her 4 and 5 year old children fake vaccination cards, despite their being too young to be eligible to even receive the vaccine. Hawaii’s health guidelines state that any person who tests positive for COVID-19 but who is vaccinated does not need to be quarantined following their test.

“Last week, U.S. Customs and Border Protection revealed that officers working at the port of Memphis seize hundreds of counterfeit COVID-19 cards every night”, per a KTLA report.



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Ethan Finn lives just outside of Sacramento in California. He was involved in Boy Scouts for most of his life and earned the rank of Eagle Scout in January of 2019. A passion for politics prompted him and his friend to start an Instagram page all about politics during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic—@conservative.outlet. Ethan finds it fascinating to be a part of the journalistic side of news as opposed to always being just a reader.

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