You May Get Free Wawa For Getting Your COVID Vaccine
Sometimes people like to be rewarded for doing things. The Pennsylvania Convention Center knows that and is offering free Wawa Coffee.
The FEMA run vaccination center offered free coffee on May 1st to the first 5,000 people who showed up to receive their vaccine. The center had Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer vaccines.
🚨 THIS JUST IN: The Center City Vaccination Center will offer Pfizer AND J&J tomorrow! Free @Wawa coffee for the first 5,000 vaccinees!— Philadelphia Public Health (@PHLPublicHealth) April 30, 2021
Come down as a walk-up between 8am- 5pm or schedule your appt. #VaxUpPhilly
J&J: https://t.co/fSfMnaqcqw pic.twitter.com/9isXxrCjjZ
The Convention Center, like many other places, is taking appointments but also offering walk-ins because of the extra vaccines they have daily.
Other places are also offering incentives after you get vaccinated, like coupons for stores (CVS, ACME), rubber bracelets, stickers and more.
According to city data, as of the end of April, 28.5% of Philadelphia residents are fully vaccinated and 43.7% are partially vaccinated. 49% of Pennsylvanians are half vaccinated, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
So, make sure to schedule your appointment or walk-in to a clinic so we can get this city to herd immunity. Plus, you could enjoy a free cup of coffee.