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Post by Abacus Mon Mar 08, 2021 9:31 pm

(January 5, 2021) Houston hospital offers workers $500 to get COVID-19 vaccine
The eight-hospital system's president and CEO, Dr. Marc Boom, told employees in an emailed letter
last week that they can look forward to a $500 bonus as a "thank you for your perseverance throughout a difficult 2020.
" Eligibility criteria to receive the award include getting a COVID-19 vaccination, "
fulfilling our obligation as health care workers to lead the community," he stated.

(January 15, 2021) Up to 900 euros for each doctor
Incentives and contributions to general practitioners up to € 900 for i Covid vaccines to the over 80s.
The announcement, sent yesterday by Pisana is addressed to all the ASLs of Rome and Lazio.
A bureaucratic step necessary to start vaccinations for “born before January 1, 1941” as specified in the text.
With two (economic) parameters of reference for the doctors who will participate.
The first is referred to as an “extraordinary contribution” and reaches up to 300 euros.
The other, a “hedge incentive” of up to 600 euros.
Basically: the older the doctor vaccinates, the higher the expected economic treatment.

(January 20, 2021) Lidl to pay $200 extra to U.S. employees who get COVID-19 vaccination
German discount supermarket chain Lidl said on Wednesday it is providing an extra $200
to all its U.S. employees who choose to receive the COVID-19 vaccine,
as states make shots more widely available.
The announcement follows similar moves from peers Aldi
and Dollar General Corp as well as grocery delivery firm Instacart.

(February 1, 2021) Why Health Care Companies Are Paying Workers To Get The COVID-19 Vaccine
Oak Valley Hospital District is offering its employees a $300 bonus to get vaccinated.
The independent hospital in Oakdale, California, decided to implement a financial incentive after only 40% of its 600 employees
initially turned up to get the shot. Many health care systems have seen widespread reluctance among workers to get vaccinated.
According to Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, 60% of his state’s nursing home workers declined the vaccine.
In some health care settings, as many as 80% of workers have turned down the vaccine,
according to an AP report. Although some vaccine hesitancy among health care workers was expected,
the large numbers unsettle many experts in the field.

(February 3, 2021) Covid vaccine, to family doctors from 10 to 28 euros for doses in the office or at home
Ten euros to GPs for vaccinations in the doctor's office, 28 if the administration takes place at home.
These are the rates that the Italian Regions would pay white coats for anti-Covid vaccinations.
This is foreseen by the general agreement which should be discussed today by the Regions.

(March 4, 2021) Marriott to Pay Hotel Employees for Getting Covid-19 Vaccines
Marriott International Inc., the world’s largest lodging company, is offering a financial incentive to hotel workers
who receive Covid-19 vaccines. The company will provide the equivalent of four hours pay
to employees at hotels it manages in the U.S. and Canada
once the workers have completed the vaccination course, according to a statement Thursday.
While it is strongly encouraging employees to get vaccinated, it is not mandating the shots, Marriott said.

(March 5, 2021) American Airlines offers incentives for employees who get the vaccine
American Airlines is offering a couple of perks for employees who get a COVID-19 vaccine,
according to a letter American management sent to employees Friday.
U.S.-based employees who get the vaccine will receive an extra vacation day in 2022 and $50 in recognition points.
American Airlines Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: AAL) has over 102,000 employees as of Dec. 31, 2020.
American's move to incentive vaccinations follows a trend set by other major employers.
Companies running the gamut from fast-food chains like McDonald's to gig economy companies like Instacart
are offering varying levels of incentives for employees to get the vaccine.


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Post by Abacus Sun Mar 14, 2021 8:17 pm

(March 10, 2021) Tire company Bridgestone offers employees $100 to vaccinate
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Bridgestone said Wednesday it will offer its 33,000 U.S. employees $100 payments
to get vaccinated against COVID-19, joining a group of large companies offering incentives for the shots.
The tire company is also exploring the possibility of similar programs
for employees in Canada and Latin America, according to a news release.
Bridgestone said it is providing the payments to make it easier for employees to get vaccinated but is not requiring they be vaccinated.


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Post by Abacus Fri Mar 26, 2021 9:32 pm

(March 25, 2021) Bangor Savings Bank offering its workers $500 to get vaccinated
Bangor Savings Bank announced Thursday that it will pay $500
to employees who are fully vaccinated. The company is not requiring
its 1,100-plus workers to get the vaccine, but it does hope
to incentivize the shot for anyone considering it, officials said in a news release.


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Post by The Original Mind Sat Mar 27, 2021 1:04 pm

Pretty rough when you have to pay people to vaccinate against a so-called modern plague. Kinda suggests the propaganda hasn’t worked as well as they hoped...

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