2 Women Busted For Disguising Themselves As ‘Grannies’ To Jump COVID-19 Vaccine Line
Two women in Orlando, Florida, played dress-up as seniors in an ultimately unsuccessful bid to jump the line for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Added – Ages 34 and 44 – were moments away from getting their second coronovirus shot at the Orange County Convention Center on Wednesday when commentators revealed something about their appearances.
Health Officer of the Florida Department of Health in Orange County, Drs. “They dressed up as granny,” Raul Pino said during his weekly COVID-19 briefing on Thursday.
“Bonnet, gloves, goggles, the whole thing,” Peino said.
Police discovered that the dates of birth listed on their IDs were not with those they had registered for Jabs Fox 35 orlando. It is unclear if the women were disguised in the same way when they received their first shots, if they did so at all.
The investigation of the incident continues. Orange County Sheriff’s Office issued women with trespass warnings, reported Click on orlando.
See Peño’s comments from the 38-minute mark here:
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