New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-07-30 11:45:00 –
Louisiana has distributed two more prizes in the lottery for residents who choose to be vaccinated with COVID-19.
Stephen Curry of New Orleans won a prize of $ 100,000.
Lafayette’s Jacob Ardoin has won $ 100,000 in prize money. He called the governor and told him he wanted to attend LSU or UL.
See the video of their reaction below.
As the number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continues to grow in Louisiana, the latest winner of the $ 2.3 million giveaway was announced on Friday. The number of people vaccinated against COVID has also increased in recent weeks.
You will receive a $ 100,000 scholarship and another $ 100,000 prize.
The final draw scheduled for August 4th will include a $ 1 million jackpot and five $ 100,000 scholarships.
The final registration date for the Grand Prix lottery is July 31st.
Residents who have been vaccinated at least once with any of the three vaccines available can access the following locations to participate in the lottery: shotatamillion.com Please call the website or 1-877-356-1511.
The deadline for future lottery is as follows.
- Enter the CDT by 11:59 pm on July 30, 2021 for the draw on August 4
- Please participate in the CDT by 11:59 pm on July 31, 2021 and participate in the Grand Prize lottery on August 4.
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