According to the BBC, Rod Baker, president and CEO of a Canadian gambling company, and his wife Ekaterina travel to Canada.
Vaccinations are carried out in the remote northern Yukon region.
The area is mostly Aboriginal, and data show that Yukon has a faster vaccination rate than other parts of Canada.
So the couple, pretending to be motel workers, were vaccinated last week in the Beaver Creek neighborhood on the U.S.-Canada border, and were not found until they asked to be sent directly to the airport.
“I’m angry with this selfish behavior,” said John Streicker, the Yukon’s Secretary of Community Services.
He added: “We didn’t expect that someone would go so far to mislead or deceive others.”
Meanwhile, Angela Demit, chief of the White River First Nation and leader of the Native Nation, wrote on her social media page: “Some people, for selfish purposes, put our elderly and We are deeply concerned about the vulnerable people in danger.
Rod Baker and his wife were later fined for failing to complete self-quarantine for 14 days after arriving in the Yukon from Vancouver.