In Colorado, people wait hours to get their shot and a 100 dollar gift card. In Bolivia, authorities hand out free food such as noodles, rice and flour for Covid jabs. Some European countries like Germany use the stick. If you’re not vaccinated, you’ll soon have to pay for tests to be able to access restaurants, fitness studios and barbershops.
In some parts of Europe, like France and Germany, vaccination rates are plateauing, as significant proportions of the population choose not to get jabbed. But that’s not the case in Spain, where the vast majority of people have been keen to get their doses. Just six percent of Spaniards have refused to be vaccinated. But what’s the best approach? Is it carrot or stick? Or something entirely different?
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