From beverages, bouquets and Nissan Altima, some states are beginning to turn to these bold stimulus measures
Washington— Drinks, bouquets and Nissan Altima. The most popular clubs in New York are only part of an increasing reward program for those who sign up for vaccinations against the coronavirus, because the country is full of anxiety about the future after the pandemic.
As the demand for dosages in cities and states declines, some people have turned to these bold, weird, and perhaps weird incentives to induce vaccine indifference. Public health officials, eager to vaccinate as many people as possible, knew that this time would come. The most eager and most capable people have been vaccinated. The most difficult thing now is: bringing vaccines into the biggest obstacle for people who are hesitant, prioritizing, or difficult to obtain.
Angela Rasmussen, a virologist at the VIDO-InterVac Vaccine Development Center, said: “We have always known that to achieve this, supply will eventually exceed demand.” “Then we will have to say: Well, now what can we do to convince you Get a vaccine?”
Some governments have brought this problem to unexpected places, and this strategy is changing as US leaders reassess the status of the national vaccination campaign. More than 148 million Americans have received at least one dose of the vaccine, but this rate has slowed in the past three weeks.
President Biden this week announced a new phase of vaccination work, promising to make vaccination “easier than ever.” The White House told the states that the doses of vaccine they choose not to use will be provided to other states. This is a “use or not use” policy designed to deliver more doses of vaccine to where it is most needed.
Mayor Muriel Bowser (Democrat) announced that in commemoration of Mother’s Day, the first 51 people in each of the six vaccination sites in Washington will receive free flowers and plants. Throughout the month, these sites will also dye temporary tattoos with the words “Exorcism for Mom” or “Exorcism for Father”.
Elsewhere, free drinks have proliferated. The New Orleans venue provides a shot. In Connecticut, officials said in late April that 66% of the population aged 18 and over had already taken the medication. The governor announced that during the two-week event this month, adults will be able to drink for free at certain restaurants. : Another official spokesperson said that the move is aimed at young people in the state and keeps up with the pace of vaccination.