The CDC says being vaccinated against the flu, measles, or other diseases is your healthiest choice. If you don’t have proof that you have been vaccinated, you could be putting your life in danger.
If you’re planning on traveling to a country where you don’t have Hepatitis A & B vaccination, then it would be best to spell out your name correctly on your travel vaccination card. If you don’t, then you could find yourself in quite a bit of trouble.
Make Sure You Spell “Pfizer” or “Moderna” Correctly If You Fake Your Vaccine Card For Travel
on September 1, 2021 by Gary Leff
My CDC vaccination record was handwritten by the people who gave me my vaccine injection. I realized that they had written my date of birth incorrectly on the card, so I requested a replacement. (Initially, all they wanted to do was scratch over the erroneous birth date and put in the right one.) They did not, however, check to see whether the date I provided them matched the date on my driver’s license, nor did they check any records to see that it was recorded properly in the state (or health insurance) system.
I believe there are CDC vaccination cards with inaccuracies all throughout the country. However, there was a mistake on this woman’s false vaccination card, which led to her arrest when she used it to escape quarantine upon arrival in Hawaii.
Chloe Mrozak, 24, of Illinois, was arrested after allegedly using a forged #COVID19 vaccination card to enter Hawaii and circumvent travel restrictions – it reads “Maderna” instead of “Moderna” on the card — @KITV4 pic.twitter.com/1EWp3eG3OR
September 1, 2021 — Tom George (@TheTomGeorge)
Hawaii can’t be blamed for seeing Moderna’s typo on their own. Someone narced her out, it turns out. And it was as a result of this that the authorities launched an inquiry, discovering that the hotel she named for her stay – the Holiday Inn Express Waikiki – had no trace of her. She also claimed Delaware as the location of her vaccinations, but when the state investigated, they stated they had no record of her immunization.
They couldn’t really do anything until she was ready to leave the state. Officers from the Quarantine Compliance Check stationed themselves at the Southwest Airlines check-in desk, preparing for her return to the mainland, where she was detained.
If you’re a drug dealer carrying drugs in your car, you should keep it in excellent condition (no broken tail lights) and travel a mile or two slower than the posted speed limit. It’s pointless to get ticketed for a driving violation. Leaving aside the question of probable cause, you’d expect that flawless driving would raise even more suspicion (cf. ‘stop and frisk’).
Similarly, if you’re faking a CDC immunization card, you’ll want to double-check that all of the data are correct. Many genuine cards are likely to include errors, so why bring additional attention to yourself?
Vaccination cards in the United States are very simple to forge. One may be printed from the internet. To figure out what weight paper to buy, all you need is access to someone’s actual card. Vaccination records may be found in a variety of state databases throughout the country, but they don’t communicate with one another. As a result, any vaccination passport program has been confined to state-level issuance, and foreign nations that accept vaccinated Americans have accepted CDC cards (or other records that effectively just acknowledge CDC cards). Vaccination records may be provided by health insurers based on payments, however this is only useful for individuals who filed insurance.
In the end, fraudulent vaccination certificates merely mean that a tiny percentage of individuals ‘slip through,’ and this only matters in nations where real containment measures are still in place, mostly in Asia. Due to the issue of false cards, the majority of individuals will still get vaccinated, reducing the risk of the virus spreading significantly when compared to no vaccination mandate at all. Even with everyone vaccinated, it’s still not zero.