HK$20m vaccine lottery set to launch
The CK Group and Li Ka Shing Foundation have revealed a HK$20m (US$2.6m) vaccine lottery which is set to begin accepting registrations on Tuesday.
After the Chinese Government introduced its own vaccine initiative, Cheung Kong Holdings, Cheung Kong Hutchison, and the Li Ka-Shing Foundation have launched their own lucky draw to encourage people to get the vaccine in Hong Kong.
Registrations for the draw will begin on Tuesday at 9am and will close on 10 September at 11:59pm.
Holders of Hong Kong Identity cards that are aged 18 and have received both doses of the vaccine will be allowed to enter the draw.
However, those that have been infected or recovered from coronavirus may complete just one dose of the vaccine to be eligible for registration.
The draw consists of a first-place prize worth HK$5m in coupons, which can be used to purchase a new Fiat from the property group.
There will also be two-second place prizes which will see the winners take home HK$3m in coupons, while the third-place prize will be HK$1m worth of coupons.
Meanwhile, fourth and fifth-placed winners will win HK$500,000 and $50,000 worth of coupons.
These vouchers can only be used for products or services from the CK Group and the Li Ka Shing Foundation.
This could include partial payment of a new CKA residential property in Hong Kong, shopping at designated outlets at selected CKA shopping malls, or a stay at Harbour Plaza Hotels and Resorts.
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