October 16, 2021

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Quebec launches “lotto-vaccine” to breathe new life into rural areas

Quebec launches "lotto-vaccine" to breathe new life into rural areas

According to what the Quebec Agency has learned, Quebec will launch a “vaccine competition” with prizes to convince the population to get vaccinated and draw dates.

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According to our information, this “lotto-vaccine” targets all Cuban vaccinators, regardless of age.

Therefore, LeBlatt wants the government to show that Quebecs are “winners in vaccination.”

Health and Social Services Minister Christian Dubey, along with his talent from the economy and the man responsible for the vaccine campaign in Lotto-Quebec, Eric Girard and Quebec, will unveil more details at a press conference on Friday. , Daniel Para, at Lotto-Quebec headquarters.

“All strategies to promote the vaccine in Quebec are good,” the government argued.

The idea of ​​a “lotto-vaccine” to persuade Quebecars to take a round has been floating in the air for a few weeks now.

“Nothing is excluded at this time, including lotteries or rewards of all kinds,” Prime Minister Franois Legalt announced at the time after receiving his second dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Montreal Olympic Stadium, late June.

Other provinces are already using the lottery system to encourage their citizens to get vaccinated.

In Alberta, three prizes of $ 1 million will be awarded. The first was received two weeks ago and the other two will be delivered soon. The Jason Kenny government will receive prizes from WestJet and Air Canada, as well as prizes from the National Hockey League (NHL) and the Canadian Football League (CFL).

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Manitoba also offers gifts after the first and second injection. Scholarships amount to a total of 2 million and prizes are awarded in cash or scholarships.

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