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(Boston)-- Widespread vaccine administration is necessary to curb the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to overcome COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, states have introduced various strategies to increase vaccine...(Boston)-- Widespread vaccine administration is necessary to curb the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to overcome COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, states have introduced various strategies to increase...

Lottery-based incentives do not increase COVID-19 vaccination rates: JAMA

(Boston)-- Widespread vaccine administration is necessary to curb the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to overcome COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, states have introduced various strategies to increase vaccine...(Boston)-- Widespread vaccine administration is necessary to curb the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to overcome COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, states have introduced various strategies to increase vaccine...

Lottery-based incentives do not increase COVID-19 vaccination rates: JAMA

Boston researchers had a team examine data from Ohio to determine if their contest made a true impact on vaccine hesitancy.Boston researchers had a team examine data from Ohio to determine if their contest made a true impact on vaccine hesitancy.

Massachusetts research shows little impact on vaccination rates from state lotteries

Would you be more willing to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus if you could participate in a lottery for cash and prizes? The answer was surprisingly no, according to Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) researchers who found that Ohio's "Vax-a-Million" lottery-based incentive system, intended to increase COVID-19 vaccination rates, was not associated with an increase in COVD-19 vaccinations.Would you be more willing to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus if you could participate in a lottery for cash and prizes? The answer was surprisingly no, according to Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) researchers who found that Ohio's "Vax-a-Million" lottery-based incentive system, intended to increase COVID-19 vaccination rates, was not associated with an increase in COVD-19 vaccinations.

Ohio's lottery-based incentive system not associated with increase in COVD-19 vaccination rates