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Denver Mayor proposes $400 bonus to city employees to get vaccinated

DENVER, Colo. (KRDO) -- Denver Mayor Michael Hancock proposed a new incentive to get city employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

In a letter Friday, Hancock proposed a $400 bonus for city workers who get vaccinated.

The bonus would also be available to employees who are already vaccinated, they would just need to show proof of vaccination status by September 30.

If approved by the Denver City Council, the bonuses could be delivered to workers by October 29.

In addition to the bonus proposal, Hancock acknowledged the sacrifices city workers have made during the pandemic.

Read the full letter provided by our Denver affiliate 9News by clicking here.

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  1. What a crock….and the funny thing there are people who will jump at the chance for that $400 bounty. Fools!
    Psalm 107:17 “Some became fools through their rebellious ways and suffered affliction because of their iniquities.”
    Proverbs 10:23-25 Doing wrong is fun for a fool, but living wisely brings pleasure to the sensible.

  2. Probably just trying to re-elected since the fiasco with the vacation he took last year during COVID-19 after giving the order telling everyone else to stay at home and not to travel.

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