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Kentucky announces first ‘Shot at a Million’ winner

Only one entry per person will be accepted, and each entry is eligible for all future drawings.
Only one entry per person will be accepted, and each entry is eligible for all future drawings.(WKYT)
Published: Jul. 2, 2021 at 8:16 AM EDT
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FRANKFORT, Ky. (WXIX) - Gov. Andy Beshear announces the first “Shot at a Million” winner Friday.

Patricia Short of Lexington was the $1 million winner of Kentucky’s vaccine incentive.

“Congratulations to the winners! Their prizes are life-changing, and that’s on top of the COVID-19 vaccines, which we know are lifesaving,” said Gov. Beshear. “Please, get your vaccination as quickly as possible. If there are people in your life who might need some encouragement, tell them about your experience and then encourage them to sign up for their Shot at a Million.”

Five Kentuckians under the age of 18 will won a full-ride scholarship.

The five Kentucky youth selected for full scholarships are:

  • Jalen Crudup from Elizabethtown
  • Crystal Frost from Crestwood
  • Tyler Henson from Mt. Sterling
  • Adison Sullenger from Princeton
  • Alex VonderHaar from Louisville

Eligible participants must have received the one dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine or their first shot of Pfizer or Moderna, Gov. Beshear said.

Only one entry per person will be accepted, and each entry is eligible for all future drawings.

To sign up, click here.

If you don’t win this time, don’t worry. There will be two more drawings.

Registration is now open for Shot at a Million.
Registration is now open for Shot at a Million.(WXIX)

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