Mireille Jacobson

health economist, USC

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Remember the prizes, lotteries, and other incentives designed to get more people vaccinated last spring?

What motivates people to get vaccinated? Mandates, not prize money

Remember the prizes, lotteries, and other incentives designed to get more people vaccinated last spring?

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