- Women over 20 disguise themselves as grandmothers to try to receive a second dose of coronavirus vaccine
- The young women were discovered because of the age they were detected after the review of their identity cards
- To try to achieve their goal, both arrived with hats, gloves and glasses at the vaccination post
In Florida, two women in their 20s dress up as grandmothers to try to receive a second dose of the coronavirus vaccine, according to information provided by the EFE news agency and abc NEWS.
The young women were discovered by the age that was detected after the review of their cards identity card at a vaccination post.
To try to achieve their goal, they both arrived with caps, gloves, and glasses to the vaccination post at the Orange County Convention Center in central Florida, where the priority are those over 65 years of age.
The case was reported to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office in central Florida, which noted that the women were under 65.
The women who dress up as grandmothers in Florida, however, carried a valid card of the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, Raúl Pino, an Orange County health official, said at a press conference.
“I don’t know how they did it the first time, but they came with gloves, glasses, everything, and they are probably 20 years old,” Pino said.
The official stressed that the number of people trying to fake their identities is probably higher than is believed.
The number of vaccinated people in Florida with a population of more than 21 million is 2.43 million. Of these, 1.13 million have received the two doses required by the vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna laboratories.
In addition to those over 65, for now only people who reside in geriatric centers and those who care for them and health personnel on the front line of the fight against covid-19 can be vaccinated.