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- There Are Breathtaking Offers Around The World To Get The Vaccine, Somewhere Tax, Grocery Discounts And Bonuses And Two Days Off.
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The key to avoid chorenavirus
- Japan’s minister said – if we have to feed dumplings to increase vaccination, we will feed
Scientists from all over the world are essentially mandating vaccines with masks, two yards apart, to avoid chorenaviruses. In many countries including India, breathtaking offers are also being given for this. The Municipal Corporation of Delhi is offering an additional 5% tax rebate on the vaccine, while free ice cream in Russia, cake cans in Israel, pizza-pastries are being offered. In the US, free video games, groceries are being given many items for free with huge discounts.
Many companies, considering the second wave of Corona as more dangerous than before, are giving their employees a bonus of $ 250 i.e. about 18,500 rupees and also two days’ leave. In Japan, Taro Kono, the minister in charge of the Corona vaccine, even said in an interview that he might also consider giving a famous dish ‘Gyoza’ (a type of dumplings) to increase vaccination.
Three major restaurants in Dubai have offered a discount of 90% for the first dose of vaccine and 80% for the second dose. People visiting the Vaccine Center in Mexico are happy to play their favorite band tune. Most offers are being offered in the US. Here several companies like McDonald’s, AT&T, Insacart, Trader Jose, Kobani have announced to give employees leave and cash.
Apart from this, the employees have also announced a payment of $ 30 i.e. about Rs.2,200 for commuting to the vaccine centers. Pre-rolled marijuana (cannabis) is being provided to vaccine adults in Michigan. Here, in the first wave in Morbi district of Gujarat, Swarnakar Samaj took a unique initiative for the people of its community. 1331 women of the society were given vaccine and men were given hand blanders for getting vaccinated. 10 lakh rupees were spent for this.
Strictness also did not work in China, ice cream and eggs were being given for free.
If the strictness to apply vaccine in China did not work, then there have also started breathtaking offers. Ice cream is being given to people at many centers in Beijing, while those above 60 years of age are being given a box of eggs and two boxes at other doses. Here, 60-year-old Wang Shuhui, standing in the queue for the vaccine, said- ‘I have come to get vaccinated and not for eggs’.