If you are going to make a fake COVID vaccination card (which you shouldn't), at least spell the name of the vaccine correctly.
24-year-old Chloe Mrozak from Illinois was busted when she tried to use a fake vaccination card for her Hawaii trip. Anyone entering Hawaii needs to show their card or a negative COVID test to avoid a quarantine period.
Mrozak uploaded her fake card to the Hawaii Safe Travelers website. It was red-flagged when Moderna was spelled, Maderna.
She was able to take her vacation in O'ahu, but state officials investigated, and authorities arrested Mrozak when she tried to board her return flight to the mainland.
The woman was charged with falsifying vaccination documents and was held on $2,000 bail.