RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — The first of four drawings for North Carolina’s $1 million and scholarship vaccine lottery is set to take place Wednesday, June 23.
Here’s exactly how it will work, according to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services:
- The North Carolina Education Lottery will conduct a random number generator drawing and NCDHHS will determine the individual that corresponds to the number that is drawn.
- Audio and visual recordings of the random number generator drawing will be made available.
- NCDHHS must then go through a lengthy process of verifying that the individual does not fall under any exclusions from participation in program and contacting the individual to get their consent to receive the funds and release their identity. This could take several days. No identifying details will be revealed prior to that.
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