Beginning around early afternoon today, Louisianans can enroll for their Shot At A Million, a mission adding up to $2.3 million in real money and grant giveaways intended to remunerate inhabitants who have taken or who decide to get their COVID-19 antibody.
Beginning today, occupants have 19 days to have their first chance and register for the initial two Shot At A Million prizes, $100,000 in real money and one $100,000 grant, which will be reported July 14. There will be new victors declared every week from that point forward, coming full circle with the fantastic prize champs, who should enroll by July 31. Individuals just need to enroll one opportunity to be remembered for each resulting week after week drawing and the individuals who are as of now inoculated against COVID-19 are qualified, notwithstanding any occupant who decides to get at any rate one portion of the COVID-19 immunization over the course of the following a month and a half.
As of Monday, June 21, 1,566,120 Louisianans are completely inoculated and a sum of 1,726,785 Louisianans have taken at any rate one portion, as indicated by Louisiana Department of Health information. Any current Louisiana occupant 12 or more established who has effectively gotten at any rate one portion of the COVID-19 immunization or who will get in any event one portion of the COVID-19 antibody before the finish of July is qualified for the Shot At A Million giveaway.
Instructions to REGISTER FOR SHOT AT A MILLION:
Visit ShotAtAMillion.com when you have taken your first portion of the COVID-19 immunization and complete the online enrollment structure.
Inhabitants who don’t approach the web or who have questions can call the complementary hotline at 877-356-1511 to enlist, beginning around early afternoon.
WHO CAN REGISTER FOR SHOT AT A MILLION:
Louisiana occupants who have taken in any event one portion of the COVID-19 immunization and are age 18 or more established may enter to win one of four $100,000 prizes and the fabulous prize of $1 million. Louisianans who have taken in any event one portion of the COVID-19 antibody and are between the ages of 12 and 17 may enter to win one of nine $100,000 grants. Louisianans are qualified in the event that they have gotten at any rate one portion of the COVID-19 immunization before the drawing date – paying little mind to when they were inoculated.
Step by step instructions to GET A COVID-19 VACCINE IN LOUISIANA:
The three FDA-approved COVID immunizations are not difficult to track down in Louisiana. Individuals can call the immunization hotline at 1-855-453-0774 between 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. The immunization hotline can address antibody questions, plan arrangements, help individuals discover an immunization supplier or local area occasion close to them, and interface individuals to clinical experts.
The government likewise runs Vaccines.gov, which assists individuals with finding inoculation areas close to them.
Individuals can likewise message their ZIP code to GETVAX (438829) in English, or VACUNA (822862) in Spanish, to get the contact data of three areas close to them with accessible antibodies.
ABOUT SHOT AT A MILLION:
Louisiana will have four week by week drawings for one $100,000 grant and one $100,000 monetary reward. The last great prize drawing on August 4, 2021 will grant a $1 million money grant and five $100,000 grants. Generally speaking honors will add up to $2.3 million, paid utilizing government COVID outreach dollars.
Timetable of drawings:
Enter by July 9, 2021 by 11:59 p.m. CDT for the July 14 drawing
Enter by July 16, 2021 by 11:59 p.m. CDT for the July 21 drawing
Enter by July 23, 2021 by 11:59 p.m. CDT for the July 28 drawing
Enter by July 30, 2021 by 11:59 p.m. CDT for the August 4 drawing
Enter by July 31, 2021 by 11:59 p.m. CDT for the August 4 Grand Prize Drawing
Victors will be declared two days after the attracting to permit time to affirm immunization status. The Grand Prize victors will be reported on August 13, 2021. For more data, visit ShotAtAMillion.com.