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Two Visitors Arrested in Hawaii for Using Forged Vaccine Cards

Governor David Ige made the announcement on Twitter


Two visitors to Hawaii were arrested on Sunday for falsifying vaccination cards.

Governor David Ige made the announcement on Twitter, saying the Attorney General’s office made the arrest after receiving a tip from a local community member.

The visitors are from the United States mainland and were arrested at the airport in Honolulu. They allegedly violated the Safe Travels program.

“Falsifying a vaccination card carries a fine of up to $5,000 and/or imprisonment of up to one year. The subjects were arraigned this morning and are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty,” said Ige.

According to CNN, “Hawaii has had very strict requirements for entry during the pandemic. Until recently, every visitor was required to present a negative Covid-19 test or undergo a mandatory 10-day quarantine. Domestic travelers who have been fully vaccinated in the US can now bypass pre-travel testing and quarantine with official proof of vaccination. Other travelers from the US and a handful of other countries are able to bypass quarantine through strict pre-travel testing. Travelers from all other countries allowed into the US must undergo a 10-day quarantine.”

This is not the first time travelers using false vaccine documents have been caught.

Earlier this month, two Canadian citizens entering Canada from the United States, submitted fake vaccination cards with COVID-19 test results and were subsequently fined nearly $16,000 each.

“The passengers also failed to stay at government-authorized accommodations, as is also required by the country’s government,” says NBC News.

In July, the U.S. Justice Department announced a California-licensed naturopathic doctor had been arrested for allegedly selling “homeoprophylaxis immunization pellets” and falsifying “COVID-19 vaccination cards by making it appear that customers had received the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized Moderna vaccine.”

The travelers to Hawaii, Norbert Chung and Trevor Chung, were charged and arraigned Wednesday morning, reports WSFA.

Information on how the fake vaccination cards were identified was not released.

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6 responses to “Two Visitors Arrested in Hawaii for Using Forged Vaccine Cards”

  1. Khao87 says:

    Not all of us in Hawaii are assholes, they just use fear to scare everyone to submit…there’s people still fighting here 🤙🏾

  2. Devilsgun says:

    It’s also time we cut off Hawaii and let it drift off to be its own socialist shithole. Aloha, assholes… And good luck with China, you fucking pineapple eating fucks.

  3. Devilsgun says:

    “The Attorney General’s office made the arrest after receiving a tip from a local community member”

    Name and Shame the Betrayers. Making the rats suffer for their betrayals is an integral part of De-Karenization. Ostracize, shun, berate, and despise them at every opportunity, don’t just let them get away with their Judas lapodog bullshit unpunished. Cooperation with evil must be made painful and shameful again.

  4. Sethbishop89 says:

    Perhaps its because they are a network of what, 30 people and not thousands.

  5. Ians_hallucination says:

    Wtf why are you quoting fake news outlets??? I might have to pull my membership if thats how its gonna be

  6. IntegratedCrazy says:

    Stay armed. Open 🔥