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"It really is, for us, just the right thing to do"
The London-based restaurant chain is hoping to convert two sites into pop-up vaccination centres, where unprotected customers will receive a free slice of pizza if they get a jab.
Uber will be sending reminders to all users in August encouraging them to get jabbed. The company will offer discounted journeys for young adults who receive a vaccine, as well as cheaper meals on its food delivery platform, Uber Eats.
DHSC said further details on partnerships will be released "in due course" and other incentives "could include vouchers or discount codes for people attending pop-up vaccine sites and booking though the NHS, social media competitions and promotional offers for restaurants". The government added: "Companies will not ask for or hold any health data for the incentive scheme."
originally posted by: SlapMonkey
a reply to: CrazeeWorld777
I literally foresee a guy walking up and down the aisles at concerts and sporting events yelling, "Vaccines, here! Get your vaccines!," and then he throws a needle like a shiruken at somebody's rolled up sleeve and it self injects.
The latest bribe-ocratic behavior modification attempt was announced by The Big Guy on July 29, 2021:
President Biden is urging state and local governments to use coronavirus relief funds to pay citizens $100 a pop to take the coronavirus vaccine, the Treasury Department announced Thursday.
The Biden administration said the payments can come from American Rescue Plan Act funding "as an extra incentive" to increase vaccine acceptance around the country.
The administration had said earlier this year that lotteries and other incentives were acceptable uses of the $350 billion in aid funds doled out to state and local governments.
How about a $1000, $10,000, a million.
Surprisingly, a result has been that:
Nicole Salamone, 12, a seventh-grader at Allendale Columbia School in Rochester, New York, says that students should be paid to learn: "I don't see why the teachers get paid for going to work and kids don't get paid for going to school. It is our job to go to school."
originally posted by: headcheck
The thread title instantly made me think about all of the incentives I've heard used so far, in a list:
-Lottery ticket for money
That's just off the top of my head, certainly someone can add to the list.