Have you ever heard about vaccination rewards? Indian government never fails to surprise its citizen. This time the Modi government has come up with a new strategy regarding COVID-19 vaccination. And I’m sure you don’t want to miss it either. India is going through a second Covid Wave.
Several people lost their lives in the second wave. Almost 2 lakhs+ new infections are recorded on a daily basis. However, the best thing is that we have vaccines now. But not everyone is getting vaccinated. The drive is going really slow and it needs to ramp up. Keeping this in mind, the government has come up with a new scheme. Know more about it below.
Share your Vaccination Picture and Win Rs. 5000
The Central Government has intensified the vaccination campaign. All adults in India are eligible for inoculation. Meanwhile, you have a chance to win Rs. 5000 without doing anything. All you have to do is get vaccinated and click a picture. Yes, you read it right. The Indian government is rewarding Rs. 5000 uploading your vaccination picture. Firstly, click your picture while getting vaccinated. Secondly, give it a catchy tagline. And thirdly, upload it on the My Gov India website.
How to Win the Reward?
My Gov India made this announcement on their Twitter handle. The tweet says that if you’ve got vaccinated recently, you have a chance to win Rs. 5000. All you need is a vaccination picture and a good tagline. Every month 10 best taglines will win the reward. The Central government will fund the reward money. Visit My Gov India’s official website for registration and further details.
This Initiative will Boost the Vaccination Drive
This initiative will motivate millions. You can encourage people around you to take part in the vaccination campaign. Still, there are many people who don’t trust vaccines. They are skeptical about its efficacy. Most probably, this initiative will boost the vaccination campaign. It is not necessary to upload your own picture. You can upload anyone’s picture from your family. So, if you are vaccinated, take part in the campaign. And if not, then get vaccinated as early as possible.