The New York Daily News reports:
Mayor de Blasio’s putting his money where his mouth is. Hizzoner announced Wednesday that his administration will pay New Yorkers $100 to get vaccinated against COVID-19 at any city-run immunization sites as the virus continues to surge in the Big Apple.
The cash incentive will start Friday and is aimed at turning the tide on a slowdown in vaccinations, de Blasio said in his daily briefing. “When you get your first dose you will get a $100 incentive,” the mayor said. “Can’t get better than that.”
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Get your first dose of the #COVID19 vaccine at a City run site and you’ll get $100.
It’s that simple.
— NYC Mayor’s Office (@NYCMayorsOffice) July 28, 2021
💲💲 VACCINE INCENTIVE: Starting Friday, New York City will be offering $100 to anyone who gets vaccinated at a city-run vaccination site, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced. https://t.co/7gpwCs2eJX #vaccine #money #incentive #covid19news #nyc #abc7ny #news pic.twitter.com/ZX7UQmjKiM
— Eyewitness News (@ABC7NY) July 28, 2021