From free beer to $1 million: What U.S. states are offering for COVID-19 vaccinations

From free beer to $1 million: What U.S. states are offering for COVID-19 vaccinations

Political leaders in the United States are resorting to desperate measures to convince more Americans to get vaccinated against COVID-19 .

U.S. President Joe Biden is aiming to have enough of the population vaccinated for the country to begin returning to normal by July 4. Yet the nation overall is administering fewer doses per capita than its peak just a month ago,

Unlike Canada, where private companies have been left to give away perks , U.S. officials are the ones getting into the creative spirit, offering everything from free beer to a weekly $1 million prize draw to drive up vaccination rates.
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