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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) announces the launch of the state’s coronavirus vaccination lottery in a news conference May 20 in Annapolis. (Ovetta Wiggins/The Washington Post)
State officials say the cash giveaway helped Maryland reach a goal of 70 percent of adults vaccinated. Some wonder whether the money was the reason.
America faces a choice, experts argue -- take more precautions and get vaccinated, or allow the summer surge to accelerate.
The news comes after corporate giants Google, Facebook and Uber announced their own vaccine mandates for employees this week.
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There’s no be-all-end-all way to carry proof of vaccination on your phone. We make sense of how different options approach your privacy, ensure your security and try to spot counterfeits.
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