Study: Lotteries Didn’t Increase Vaccination Rates

Ohio gave away $5 million in an effort to increase COVID-19 vaccination rates, but a new study shows that even though state officials initially thought a special lottery encouraged more people to line up for the shots, in the end the numbers just weren’t there. Researchers compared Ohio’s numbers to states with no lottery incentives and learned that Ohio’s initial spikes in shot numbers weren’t any different from other states’ spikes. Rather, researchers said all...

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