Skip to comments.Washington cannabis board OKs ‘Joints for Jabs’ to encourage COVID vaccines
Posted on 06/08/2021 7:27:25 AM PDT by mac_truck
Licensed marijuana stores in Washington state can offer free joints to promote on-site COVID-19 vaccine clinics, officials said Monday.
The state Liquor and Cannabis Board is calling the effort the “Joints for Jabs” program. The board says licensed adult-use marijuana retail shops can give away a single pre-rolled joint to anyone over 21 who gets a shot at an on-site vaccine clinic held by July 12.
The board has already allowed breweries, wineries and restaurants to offer free drinks in exchange for proof of vaccination — though alcohol-serving establishments have not had to host a clinic on-site to give out product.
Other incentives being offered in Washington include free sports tickets and prize money of up to $1 million.
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Oh, well in that case.......💉😕
Why not incorporate the brothels too - Jabs for Jabs.
They are just settling on what everyone’s price is to get the prick
Even though this is crazy, consider that most people took the bait without a joint, donut, or beer
OMG....there’s a big red spot now on my forehead from the face-palm I just did after reading this.......
Thread winner. We need a new prize.
To be followed shortly by a jab for clap.
Don’t give them any ideas....
I’m still holding out for a Corvette.
Why not offer up some meth?
Public health department is an oxymoron.
Be careful out there. You might accept a drink from a pretty lady in the local watering hole, then wake up in a seedy motel room, in a bathtub full of ice with a big needle mark on your arm!
So they are trying to bribe the dope heads.
If these “vaccines” were as popular as they claim, then there would be no need to try to bribe people.
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