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I was horrified to stumble upon this NYT article the other day, "$100 as Incentive to Get a Shot? Experiment Suggests It Can Pay Off", which begins with a question:

What’s the best way to persuade the millions of Americans who are still unvaccinated against Covid-19 to get their shots?

To find out, researchers at U.C.L.A. ran surveys to find out what incentives might persuade people to be vaccinated.

People were asked: Would this work for you? Would you be more or less willing to get a vaccine if you received ...

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