“At first I thought they were making fun of me,” said a lucky 22-year-old in the United States who became a millionaire after winning the vaccination lottery.
Shortly after she was vaccinated for the coronavirus, the 22-year-old answered a call from an unknown number. On the other end of the line was the governor of Ohio.
“You are the winner of our big lottery! You won a million dollars! ”
This is exactly what 22-year-old Abigel Bugenske heard and she was sure someone was joking with her.
But in reality she was the winner of the lottery organized to increase the number of vaccinations in Ohio. In addition to Abigail, a big surprise was also for 14-year-old Joseph Costello, who received a four-year university scholarship.
The “vaccination lottery” project is expected to bring in four more vaccinated millionaires and four other college friends, whose names will be announced every Wednesday for four weeks in a row.