Former congressman suggests adding $300 or $400 to stimulus checks — for people who get the COVID-19 vaccine
A former Democratic congressman has the idea of giving COVID-19 vaccine compliance a shot in the arm - by adding an extra $ 300 or $ 400 to stimulus checks from Americans who are being vaccinated. John Delaney, a 2020 presidential candidate who represented Maryland's Sixth Congressional District from 2013 to 2019, has already put the idea of paying Americans to a COVID-19 vaccine into action after several polls showed that many people were hesitate to get any of the vaccine candidates. "Imagine if we did that [second stimulus check] for $ 900 or $ 1,000 and $ 600 went to everyone, and another $ 300 or $ 400 went to you when you got the vaccine . "
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