Hong Kong rewards those who are vaccinated against Covid-19 with an attractive raffle

More than a year after the start of the pandemic of Covid-19, companies and organizations joined in Hong Kong to organize a tempting raffle among people who allow themselves to be vaccinated against this disease. The value of the awards, together, have an estimated cost of 2.6 million dollars.

The draw was organized due to the population’s resistance to being inoculated against the Sars-Cov-2 coronavirus, which causes Covid-19, which has caused the death of 3.77 million people worldwide since its appearance in the region of Wuhan, China, as of today.

Before the announcement of the raffle, journalistic agencies such as AFP reported that the authorities of the Asian country planned to throw away the biologicals from BioNTech and Sinovac because few people wanted to apply it and its expiration date was near. However, more people approached the vaccination centers when they learned of the expensive gifts they could receive.

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What are the raffle prizes?

Billionaire Adrian Cheng’s New World Development offered a total of $ 10 million in subsidy for low-income people who are already immunized against the coronavirus.

Sun Hung Kai Properties, one of the largest real estate developers in the country, offered iPhones. While Goodman Group joined the raffle with a Tesla Model 3, whose commercial value is around 500 thousand dollars.

For its part, Lee Shau Kee’s company reported that it will raffle gold bars. Similarly, the philanthropic organizations Group, Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation, and Chinese Estates Holdings offered apartments with a value of $ 1.4 million.

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Carrie Lam, the chief executive of the city, revealed that “the value of lotteries and rewards programs, as we have learned from news reports, exceeds 120 million Hong Kong dollars.”

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