Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday that his administration is “looking at” holding a lottery for New Yorkers vaccinated against COVID-19 – like the one in Ohio that is offering $1 million to winners.
“We are talking about whether that kind of approach would add something,” de Blasio said during a City Hall press briefing.
“We’re looking at models around the country and a lottery type idea is real interesting, so we’ll be assessing that and we’ll have more to say on that soon,” said Hizzoner.
NEW YORK CITY WORKS TO TURN PAGE ON COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Last week, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced that the Buckeye State will dole out a million bucks each to five lucky people who have
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