Northeast Brazilian state entices residents for second vaccine dose with US$2,000 raffle

The measure aims to encourage the vaccination of the Maranhão state population against Covid-19.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Maranhão governor Flávio Dino (PCdoB) on Tuesday, June 15, announced that the state will draw prizes to encourage the population to be immunized with the second vaccine dose against Covid-19 from Monday, June 21.

The measure aims to encourage the vaccination of the Maranhão population against Covid-19.

The announcement was made in a Twitter post. The governor said that in order to compete for the prizes, people need to have taken the second vaccine dose and have their immunization registered by the municipalities into the Ministry of Health's system.

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