Province adds Calgary Stampede prizes to vaccine lottery
23 Juin, 2021, 16:50 | Auteur: Yves Courtet
Winners will be announced when Stage 3 of Alberta's Open for Summer Plan begins, which is expected to be on July 1.
50 winners will receive admission for two adults and two children with two Ride & Play passes.
25 winners will receive admission and two tickets to an afternoon rodeo.
25 winners will receive admission and two tickets to an evening performance.
125 winners will receive four admission passes.
"I tip my hat to Stampede organizers for their hard work and determination in getting the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth back up and running, and to all Albertans who are getting their vaccines to help put this pandemic behind us".
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Each of the three draws will have a jackpot of $1-million.
More than 1.5million people have already entered.
More than 1.1 million Albertans, just over 29 per cent of the province's eligible population have gotten a second dose. There are also travel prizes from WestJet and Air Canada, including trips to Cancun.
Health Minister Shandro says, "Thanks to vaccine protection from COVID-19, we are all winners". Due to the fact that the second dose uptake is rising faster than the first dose rollout.
To date, over 70.6% of eligible Albertans have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, including 26.8% who are fully immunized with two doses. Albertans must have a second dose of vaccine before August 24 to be eligible for the second draw, or by September 23 to win the third draw.
Winners will be required to confirm their immunization status and agree to provide proof of receiving at least one dose for the first draw in July.
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