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  • Grocery vouchers incentivise Beijingers to get jabbed
  • Grocery vouchers incentivise Beijingers to get jabbed
    Alena Shekhovtcova (2020) ©
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Grocery vouchers incentivise Beijingers to get jabbed

A district in Beijing is offering monetary incentives in exchange for immunisation as they try to accelerate the country’s vaccination campaign. Thanks to China’s early success in curbing the virus, there’s a lack of urgency among Chinese people, which could pose issues for reaching herd immunity.

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