A Canadian CEO and his wife are facing charges for chartering a plane and posing as hotel workers in order to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Authorities say Rodney and Ekaterina Baker flew from their home in Vancouver to a remote Yukon town that had vaccine priority due to its mostly indigenous population. Once there, they claimed to be employees at a local motel. But officials became suspicious when they asked for a ride to the airport immediately after getting the vaccine. Now the Bakers are facing up to 6 months in prison on charges of breaking quarantine and false representation. What kind of charges should people who 'skip the line' for a vaccine face?
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