Get corona vaccinated and get a car worth lakhs for free, this unique offer is available in this country

Get corona vaccinated and get a car worth lakhs for free, this unique offer is available in this country
The corona epidemic has wreaked havoc all over the world, vaccination campaigns are being conducted in almost every affected countries to prevent it. Russia has taken a unique initiative to accelerate the vaccination campaign in its country. The mayor of Moscow has announced that a new car will be given free of charge to anyone who receives shots of the corona vaccine.

According to media reports, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has announced on Sunday that a new car worth up to Rs 10 lakh will be given to the recipient of the corona vaccine. Hopefully this will improve vaccination rates as people are getting a new car to take home, he said. In the last few days, the pace of corona vaccination campaign in the country has slowed down.

The mayor has said that under this campaign, from today i.e. June 14, if people of 18 years of age or above take the first dose of corona vaccine, then they can become a part of this scheme. All such people are eligible to get free car through lucky draw. Actually, the intention of the government behind this is that more and more people get the vaccine. This plan is valid till July 11.

Under this scheme, around 20 cars will be given free of cost through lucky draws, out of which about 5 cars will be distributed over the next few weeks. For this, the vaccine takers can nominate themselves for this scheme at the vaccine center itself. Let us tell you that Moscow, the capital of Russia, is very much affected by the corona infection.

As far as the Covid-19 cases are concerned, Moscow is one of the most affected cities in Russia. On Sunday, 7,704 new cases of corona were registered in the Russian capital, which is the highest in a day since December 24. Overall, 14,723 cases have been reported in Russia, which is the highest in a single day since February 13.

Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said, "This is only a temporary solution, we need to accelerate vaccination to avoid new restrictions and further difficulties, as well as to ensure a permanent improvement in the situation." Russia launched its Sputnik V vaccine in December.

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