US companies, universities and states are getting creative with incentives to en…


US companies, universities and states are getting creative with incentives to encourage people to get the Covid vaccines. Here are some of the perks:⁠

▪ The National Football League offered 50 Super Bowl tickets to fans who share why they wanted to get vaccinated. ⁠

▪ New York’s baseball teams, the Mets and Yankees, will offer fans a free ticket if they get an on-site Johnson & Johnson shot. ⁠

▪ Rowan University in New Jersey is offering vaccinated students a $500 credit toward their courses and another $500 toward housing.⁠

▪ Free food and drinks have similarly been offered to the vaccinated. Krispy Kreme, Budweiser and Nathan’s Hot Dogs are offering free doughnuts, beer and wieners, respectively.⁠

(📸: Al Bello/Getty Images, Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images and Richard B. Levine/Levine Roberts/Zuma)



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  1. Why are they trying so hard. And if they’re bribing us with beer and donuts they clearly don’t care about our health. Smh.

  2. How about get it for the betterment of society ok? I treated myself to a $1 candy bar after my 2nd shot.

  3. The rest of the world is begging for vaccines, Americans need a free beer😪😪😪😪😪

  4. That’s privilege.
    People in Asia are dying every minute and would take the vaccine without being offered anything but their life back.

  5. Imagine me being convinced you care about my health while giving me food that weaken my immune system😂

  6. What the hell kind of country are we that we have to bribe people with donuts to get vaccinated against a deadly virus??

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