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The Million Dollar Vax campaign offers Aussies a shot at winning a million dollars, but requires them to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Those interested in participating can receive their first or second vaccine dose until October 31 to enter the lottery. The national vaccination rate has increased to 76.2% for persons over 16, making most Australians eligible for entry. The promotion hopes to encourage vaccinations as well as reach a national vaccination rate above 80%, a key reopening target. Participants have a chance to win $4.1 million in prizes, including a $1 million cash prize, with 3100 gift cards worth $1000 each to be drawn in October. The campaign is not designed to convince vaccine-hesitant people to get vaccinated, according to Craig Winkler of the Million Dollar Vax Alliance. Instead, it serves to reward those who choose to get vaccinated and speed up the process of achieving higher vaccination rates. Participants are encouraged to visit the Health & Wellbeing section of the 7news.com.au website for more vaccine-related news and videos.
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