Florida couple arrested Hawaii for allegedly trying to use fake vaccination cards: report 💥👩👩💥

A Florida couple was arrested in Hawaii earlier this month after allegedly trying to present fake COVID-19 vaccination cards at an airport, a report said.

Enzo and Daniela Dalmazzo were both charged with falsifying a vaccination card, NBC Miami reported. They were arrested on Aug. 11 after an alert airport screener apparently became suspicious when presented a vaccination card for their two children who appeared too young to receive the jab, the report said.

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The report pointed out that Hawaii requires proof of vaccination for travelers who want to avoid quarantine. The charge is a misdemeanor and can result in a fine, year in prison or both, the report said.

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The report pointed out that Daniela faces additional charges that include their children. WESH.com reported that the couple posted $8,000 bail.

Florida couple arrested Hawaii for allegedly trying to use fake vaccination cards: report

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