A county in Nevada is offering to write a $20 check to people who get a coronavirus test.
Elko County, Nevada will give the checks t0 the first 100 participants in a weekly coronavirus testing event, which will be held on Fridays, the county said in a Wednesday press release according to The Hill.
“Participation helps the County to meet its testing goals for our recovery plan while at the same time promoting shopping locally,” the announcement said according to the report. Nevada has seen a recent rise in cases, and the state’s coronavirus response director Caleb Cage announced Monday that he had tested positive for the virus. (RELATED: Big Tech Censors Content That Counters The WHO, Despite It Repeatedly Flip-Flopping On Its Guidance)
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