Five times a week lucky draw may be held on May 26
Among the many proposals used by the government to increase the demand for coronavirus vaccines, Ohio Governor Mike Dwyane raised the stakes significantly today, announcing that the state will give five people US$1 million in exchange for partial vaccinations. Weekly lottery plan.
Republican DeWine said in a statewide televised speech that the legality of the lottery may be questioned and will be funded by the Federal Coronavirus Relief Fund.
According to DeWine, the first of the five-week lottery draws may take place on May 26th, and he said the Ohio Lottery will conduct a lottery draw.
At the same time, DeWine promoted the lottery by announcing on Wednesday that Ohio could cancel all health orders (except those affecting nursing homes and aid facilities for the disabled) that were implemented during the pandemic on June 2.
According to public health information, approximately 36% of Ohio’s population has received full vaccination, compared with 35% nationwide, and nearly 20,000 state residents have died of the virus.