Nashville launches incentives program to boost COVID-19 vaccinations
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mike Osborne) -- Nashville has launched an incentives campaign hoping to get more Metro residents vaccinated against COVID-19.
As of Firday morning, 42 percent of Nashvillians have been fully vaccinated against the virus. Roughly 48 percent have had at least injection.
Mayor John Cooper yesterday announced a program he’s calling “Shots on Goal.” The plan offers up to $100 worth of services, merchandise and entertainment in exchange for getting inoculated at any one of several pop up vaccine clinics this weekend.
Incentive offerings include free coffee, tacos, pretzels, beer and gym workouts. Some 20 businesses in all are participating.
You will find complete details on offerings and clinic locations here.