Gov. Edwards, Department of Health announce first two Shot At A Million winners
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Gov. John Bel Edwards and the Louisiana Department of Health announced the first two Louisianans to be rewarded through the Shot At A Million program for going Sleeves Up against COVID-19.
Clement Dasalla and Skyla Degrasse were selected in the drawing conducted by the Louisiana Lottery Corporation and overseen by the Louisiana Legislative Auditor on Wednesday, July 14.
Dasalla, an 80-year-old New Orleans resident, won the first of four $100,000 Shot At A Million cash prizes.
Degrasse, a 17-year-old from Hammond, won the first of nine $100,000 scholarships.
You can still register for future drawings after getting your vaccine.
“Congratulations to Clement and Skyla for being our first Shot At A Million winners and for getting the COVID-19 vaccine so they can protect themselves and others. All across Louisiana, more and more people like Clement and Skyla are choosing to go Sleeves Up — and right now you have four more chances to join them as Shot At A Million winners,” said Gov. Edwards.
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