AmericaTwo women in Florida, disguised as older women, were preferred to receive the Kovid-19 vaccine, but were unsuccessful.
“Yesterday, we found two young women disguised as older women for a second vaccination,” said Raul Peano, director of the Florida Department of Health in Orange County. “I don’t know how they beat the first time.”
Olga Monroe-Ramirez, 44, and Martha Vivian Monroe, 34, are already ‘neatly covered’ in hats, gloves and sunglasses for vaccination at the Orange County Convention Center.
In addition to medical staff, nursing home workers, individuals 65 and older are a priority target for the Florida Kovid-19 vaccine. About 45% of these people have been vaccinated in Orange County.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office said the two had a valid vaccination card at first, but on the other, they found out because of their driver’s license when the date of birth “does not match the vaccination application”, the name matches .
Authorities found several cases of false information to be vaccinated, with Pino stating, “This rate may be higher than the number of cases we have known.” Orange County has increased security at vaccination sites to “deter anyone with malicious intent.”
Last month in Florida, residents began to be required to provide certificates of vaccination as part of an open policy against people 65 and older for fear of other residents coming to the site to get vaccinated. This policy led many to visit vaccination centers in Orange County and line up, even camped overnight, awaiting vaccination. As of February 18, 3.8 million doses of the vaccine have been received in Florida.
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