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I know that in the states doughnuts, beers and even cannabis joints have been used as giveaway prizes as a reward for being injected, but lotteries?
3,469,542 Ohioans entered the drawing to win $1 million prize, and 154,889 Ohioans age 12 to 17 entered to the drawing for a college scholarship. The number of entries in both groups increased from the previous week with 41,028 additional adult entries and 4,702 additional student entries.
“The Vax-a-Million promotion was a resounding success for Ohio, with major increases in vaccinations in the first two weeks of the promotion,” said Governor DeWine. “The even better news is we have more Ohioans protected from COVID through the power of the vaccine. I continue to urge Ohioans to get vaccinated to protect themselves and their loved ones from this deadly virus.”
originally posted by: sunkuong
a reply to: Nothin
They offer million dollar lotteries regardless of vaccination.
Money is an incentive.
Yea I still don't feel right about how these lotteries went down. Is it even legal for them to use tax payers or wherever they got the funds to do this? That's what I am asking. Who knows? Iaybe I just stumbled onto illegal activity? IDK I do know I do not like it.
originally posted by: Ahabstar
Ohio did it last summer. 5 adult winners $1 million each. 5 child winners full ride to any Ohio college. And Ohio has more colleges than any other state in the US.