People getting Covid-19 jabs at New Zealand’s largest drive-through vaccination centre will now be in to win prizes such as phones, washing machines, and pounamu pendants, Stuff reports. “With vaccination rates lower in the 20-35 age group, Auckland Airport and a group of Kiwi businesses are offering to pitch in and support the next phase of the vaccination drive, testing and trying new tactics to boost numbers,” airport chief executive Adrian Littlewood said. Those who have been jabbed will also have the chance to vote for a South Auckland school to receive $10,000 in donations.
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