Biden Is Driving COVID-19 Vaccine Incentives To Attain Charges Above 70% – CNET

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The White House has a handy summary of vaccination incentives.

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In an urge to at least get 70% of all adults in the US are vaccinated Through July 4th, President Joe Biden announced a National Month of Action on Wednesday. As part of the push, the White House has rounded up many of the incentives for people to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Some of these incentives include Anheuser-Busch free beer on July 4th; Prize Cruises, Super Bowl Tickets, and Cash from CVS; $ 2 million in Door Dash Gift Cards; On-site vaccines and free tickets to MLB games; Thousands of Microsoft Xboxes; $ 1 million a week to someone through Kroger; and win one year of free United Airlines flights.

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Other incentives and incentives to attract people vaccine lock in:

  • Free childcare during vaccination from KinderCare, Learning Care Group, YMCAs, and Bright Horizons
  • Vaccination events at hair and beauty salons owned by Black
  • A Mayors Challenge contest to see which city can boost their vaccination rates the most by July 4th
  • Getting colleges and universities to commit to vaccinating students
  • Extended opening hours in pharmacies in June

Vice President Kamala Harris will also take a nationwide tour to encourage people to get vaccinated. The tour is “anchored in the south”.

According to figures from John Hopkins University, around 41.5% of the entire US population is currently fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This means that 136 million people will either receive both doses of the Pfizer or Modern vaccine, or the single dose Johnson & Johnson shot.

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