I remember the kids in my high school trying to look older in order to get into rated R movies or buy cigarettes. I would have hoped that kind of behavior would have ended by the time you hit 21 and you’re able to do pretty much everything legally.
However, in Florida, you can’t get the coronavirus vaccine legally below age 65 unless you’re a health care worker, in a care home or are deemed especially vulnerable, according to the AARP. So, like any high school sophomore trying to get in to see “Django Unchained” or buy a pack of smokes, two Florida women aged 34 and 44, allegedly dressed up as grannies and tried to skip the line for vaccines. They almost succeeded.
According to CNN, the two women were removed from the vaccination site by the sheriff’s department in Orange County, Florida, after showing up to receive their