Other states are offering lottery tickets potentially worth $1 million to induce people to get vaccinated for COVD-19.
On Monday, May 24, the state of North Carolina pulled a new incentive out of its hat. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) announced that it’s offering $25 “Summer Cash Cards” at select vaccine sites “to offset the time and transportation costs of getting vaccinated.”
It’s not quite the chance of winning a million dollars, but you could make a million dollars through the program if you drive 40,000 people to get vaccinated.
Only four counties are getting the program, but Guilford County is in the mix
From Wednesday, May 26, through Tuesday, June 8, select vaccine sites will offer Summer Cash Cards in Guilford, Mecklenburg, Rowan and Rockingham counties. Anyone 18 and older who gets a first dose of any coronavirus vaccination — or anyone who drives someone else to their vaccination appointment — will land a $25 cash card after the vaccination at participating locations while supplies last.
The cards are only for those getting first dose or driving someone to their first dose.
Though there’s plenty of vaccine to go around right now, demand in Guilford County and across the state has been dropping since the low-hanging fruit – those eager to do that – was grabbed in the first months of the vaccination program, and now there are plenty of people left who are reluctant to get it.
In addition to a $25 Summer Cash Card for those who get their first dose of vaccine, those who drive others will receive a $25 Summer Cash card every time they take someone to an appointment.
According to a Monday press release from NCDHHS explaining the program, this helps “offset the costs for those who help family, friends and neighbors find their spot for a vaccine and drive them to their shots.”
There’s no limit on the number of times someone can drive others to a vaccination appointment – however, a driver will only receive one card per visit, even if they bring a mini-van loaded with people.
“We have a strong supply of COVID-19 vaccines, and we want to make it as easy as possible for people to get their free COVID-19 vaccine,” said NCDHHS Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen – a face that’s on the news just about every day given the pandemic.
“We also want to support those who have made the effort to help family members, friends and neighbors get vaccinated,” she added.
What about us? We drove for our vaccines back in Feb. Can we get money for that?
Reminds me of the student loan forgiveness programs. We paid for our education ourselves. Worked evenings and weekends, lived at home some of the time. Can we get our money back, too?
These vote-buying schemes are everywhere, buying people’s votes with their own money.
Can it be stopped? The only way I know of is to stop sending them any money. Any ideas on how we can do that?
How about just realizing that anyone who hasn’t gotten this vaccine yet, doesn’t want one, and leave us alone. If this vaccine is so damn wonderful, what do you care if I don’t get it?
This “pandemic” is sooooo deadly, and the “let’s skip all the red tape and go straight to human testing” vaccine is so wonderful, that it all has to have a marketing team and incentives to try and convince people to go along with it. At this point, there is no marketing ploy, no clever commercial or jingle, no incentive they can come up with to convince me that I need to get this vaccine.
I believe this psyop has revealed to those in charge that there are a lot more people who aren’t easily brainwashed than they anticipated.
Think about this – there has never been a vaccine for the common cold. After 35 years, they still don’t have a vaccine for HIV/AIDS. They’ve poured probably trillions into trying to cure cancer and still haven’t. But in less than a year, they were able to create a vaccine for covid??
Wake up people!
The same thing is done when people of color are driven from church on Sunday to vote it’s vote buying just a different color