Woman’s New ID with Photo of Her Wearing a Face Mask Was a Mistake, Says Agency

Woman’s New ID with Photo of Her Wearing a Face Mask Was a Mistake, Says Agency

Woman’s New ID with Photo of Her Wearing a Face Mask Was a Mistake, Says Agency
Photo: CNN

COVID-19 really changed how people live just like the new ID of a woman from California that shows a photo of her wearing a face mask.

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In a Fox News report, the holder of the ID named Leslie Pilgrim, 25, said she never imagined they would send her an ID photo with her wearing a face mask.

However, the agency reiterated that they gave the wrong photo and would replace it again.

During her interview, Ms. Pilgrim said she visited the DMV in Laguna Hills in early February to apply for a REAL ID card. She also applied for a driver’s license or ID card that is also a federally accepted form of identification.

However, Ms. Pilgrim said the agency was very strict about its social-distancing protocols.

“It was honestly really intimidating,” she told CNN. “”Immediately when I got there, I was like oh my gosh I better not break any of these rules because they’re going to send me to the back of the line.”

Later on, when she finally got to the front of the line, the DMV took her photo twice — once with her mask on and once without it.

She said the DMV sent to her email a photo of her wearing a face mask. 

Woman’s New ID with Photo of Her Wearing a Face Mask Was a Mistake, Says Agency
Photo: Fox News

However, DMV California clearned that they sent the wrong photo. 

“Customers are asked to remove their face covering when a photo is taken,” the DMV said. “In this instance there was an oversight. The customer should have been asked to lower her mask for the photo.”