As part of a move to push Americans to get their COVID shot, many states across the nation are offering perks and incentives to convince people to get vaccinated against the virus.

One of the more progressive giveaways comes from the state of Washington, which is offering residents free marijuana in its “Joint for Jabs” program through the Liquor and Cannabis Board.

The board said that it will temporarily allow state-licensed cannabis retailers to provide one joint to adult customers who have received a COVID vaccine at an in-store vaccination clinic through July 12 to support state inoculation efforts.

The COVID vaccine freebie offer is for one pre-rolled joint, and the customer receiving the joint must be age 21 or older.

Washington is not the only state that has offered free weed to people for receiving their COVID shot, as several other states have adopted the idea in an attempt to get more Americans vaccinated.

Organizations in Washington, D.C. and New York City, and a dispensary in Michigan have held similar promotions, but these are not the only giveaways people can cash in on by receiving their COVID shot.

Several states are offering lotteries with prizes over $1 million. Colorado, California, and Ohio have all announced lottery drawings for shot recipients with $1 million to $1.5 million jackpots. California’s giveaway includes prizes totaling over $116 million with free groceries and $50,000 in cash.

For individuals who live in states that do not provide specific perks for getting inoculated, CVS and Kroger are offering a giveaway for anyone that received their shot at their clinics or pharmacies. Prizes include $1 million, tropical vacations, date nights, cruises, Super Bowl tickets, free groceries for a year, and more.

Shot recipients can sign up on the CVS website or Kroger website.

Plus, everyone wins if the country meets President Biden’s goal of vaccinating 70% of the adult population with at least one dose of the COVID vaccine by July 4, as Anheuser-Busch has said it will buy the entire American public a free beer if the target is met.

The United States has administered 200 million vaccine shots
The United States has administered 200 million vaccine shots. AFP / Joseph Prezioso