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No Magic Shot

With the vaccine lottery fizzling, the health department builds its ground game.

Michigan's Covid-19 vaccine lottery wasn't a shot in the arm for the state's faltering vaccination rate. One of the first winners did say the drawing induced her to finally get the shot, but in July, BridgeMI.com reported that only about 5,000 people a day were being vaccinated--no more than before the lottery was announced, and a fraction of the 46,000 per day

 
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