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Cash is being offered via prize draws to those who are vaccinated against the coronavirus. Photo: Bloomberg

Coronavirus: the HK$190 million worth of perks and prizes on offer for vaccinated Hongkongers in a summer bonanza of lotteries

  • Brand new flats, Tesla car, private flight, gold bars and shopping vouchers among the bevy of prizes put up by Hong Kong’s private sector
  • Companies have responded in their droves to the government’s call to boost vaccination take-up – only those who have taken the jabs need apply
To help breathe life into Hong Kong’s stagnant Covid-19 jabs campaign, companies have been offering a host of perks and prizes over the past couple of weeks through lotteries open only to the vaccinated public.

Answering the government’s appeal for a citywide inoculation push, Hong Kong’s bigwigs, property developers, blue chip companies and business chambers have put up goodies ranging from two brand new flats worth a total of HK$22.8 million and a Tesla to gold bars, shopping coupons, hard cash and even a party on a private flight.

As the number of perks on offer continue to rack up, members of the public only stand a chance of winning if they have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.

The Post has consolidated a list of the vaccination incentives – now totalling at least HK$190 million (US$24.4 million) in value – made public since May 26.