so you want to vaccinate your people. Sometimes, appealing to people’s basic sense of self-preservation is not enough. You have to find other ways to seduce them. Governments in states such as Ohio, California and West Virginia have announced plans to introduce vaccine lotteries. The premise is simple: get a vaccine, and you could win over a million dollars. And now, private companies are following suit, offering their own bonuses and sweepstakes bets to encourage customers to get vaccinated — and open their wallets.
This week we talk with WIRED Senior Correspondent Adam Rogers about the behavioral sciences of the vaccine lottery, and whether the slim odds of a big payout will embolden the holdouts.
Read Adam’s story about why the vaccine lottery is used Actually, though assumptions.
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