“Vaccinations have always been in my medical record. It was an easy decision to go meet her ASAP.. I recommend anyone give it to them, and if a million dollars just isn’t enough (incentive) I don’t know what it could be, “Boginsky said at a press conference reproduced by the site. NBC News.
The United States is in a phase of the immunization campaign in which children over the age of 12 are eligible to receive one of the three vaccines applied in the country: Modern Pfizer s Johnson & Johnson.
Although Bugenske’s parents initially advised her to stop shouting joyfully in the car to Cleveland because the governor’s call might have been a joke, the young woman had already started planning what she would buy with her new fortune.
Bugenske, a master’s student in aerospace engineering at Ohio State University, plans to pay a portion of her car with money and invest the rest for savings.
Meanwhile, he will continue to live in Silverton, in the suburbs of Cincinnati, where he moved in January 2021 to work. General Electric.
The young woman was the first of five sweepstakes that will take place every Wednesday in the Ohio Lottery among the millions of residents who have received the Covid-19 vaccine.