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2nd winner of Colorado’s $1 million Covid vaccine drawing announced

COLORADO (KRDO) -- Another Coloradan was announced as a lucky winner of $1 million Friday in the state's effort to get more people vaccinated from COVID-19.

Gov. Jared Polis announced this week's winner is Stephanie Ward.

Last week, Gov. Polis announced the first winner, a health data worker from Mead, and encouraged people to get vaccinated in order to be eligible for the drawings.

Five people will win $1 million each as part of the Comeback Cash drawings, and 25 students aged 12-17 who have been vaccinated will win $50,000 scholarships.

Gov. Polis says if you've been vaccinated, you're automatically eligible for the drawings. However, not every vaccine provider has given data to the state for the drawing. You can check your eligibility at this link.

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  1. The scholarships for kids is a crime.
    Many countries have come out now and say kids should NOT be vaccinated unless they are at extreme risk or have pre existing conditions. Kids who get the shot are experiencing swelling of the heart lining and it could possible cause short and long terms side affects.
    BUT here we are all OHH Get your kids a shot and they might get a school scholarship! Who cares if they need it just do it money is on the line. Your kids will have a scholarship but can’t do sports or any other activities because his heart was damaged by the COVID shot they said should be just fine. Well at least he got a scholarship and his parents were happy. How about the local 15 year old….. died from it. I bet his parents wished they had better information and were not socially pressured into getting him a shot he did not need.

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