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MD COVID: $1M Prize Left In Booster Shot Lottery

You still have a chance to win $1 million courtesy of the state of Maryland but you only have until today to be in consideration. I’m talking about  VaxCash 2.0, the last million dollar prize offered by the state for those Maryland residents who have received their covid booster shot.
Governor Hogan said in a news release said “Getting fully protected with a booster shot continues to be the single most important thing you can do to minimize the impact of COVID-19 and its variants, and “If you haven’t gotten around to it yet, getting boosted this week gives you a chance to enter our grand prize drawing.”

As for eligibility, you must be a Maryland resident, at least 18 years old, and you must have received an initial dose and booster dose of a COVID-19 vaccine at non-federal facilities in Maryland.
Here is an interesting fact from one national survey, Maryland was ranked as the safest state during the COVID-19 pandemic.
That’s good to hear.
Source: Patch



Now Oprah told the LA Times in an interview that she did not leave her home during Covid for 322 days. She’s got enough money to do that.
But even though she didn’t come out of the house for almost a year she is coming out with a new documentary. She used her experience during the pandemic and the stories of people affected by COVID-19 to executive produce her next Harpo production a documentary called The Color of Care, which is about the structural racism within the U.S. healthcare system.
The Los Angeles Times report the documentary assembles interviews from families of color who lost family members and friends to the disease and the agonizing measures they took to obtain medical care before they passed.
The Color of Care will premiere yesterday on  the Smithsonian Channel and will be free to view on the Smithsonian’s Facebook page and YouTube channel until May 31st.
Something to check out.

Google Doodle Honors Inventor Elijah McCoy’s Birthday

So you know when you log on to google’s home page like you’re about to search for something and you see the creative Google sing is different almost everyday. Well  that, if you didn’t know is called Google doodle and they celebrate various moments, things, and people in history.
Today they are kicking off National inventor’s Month by celebrating the black engineer and inventor Elijahj McCoy who with his inventions push forward the locomotive revolution. Inventions like the oil-drip cup, which helped oil flow around a train’s engine without the crew having to stop to manually lubricate it every few miles.
Inducted in to the Inventor’s Hall of Fame in 2001 has over 57 patents during his lifetime.
Here’s an interesting fact… this is where it is said the phrase The Real McCoy originated as people when buying these parts wold ask, is this the real McCoy and as they say the rest is history.
So while on Google today click on that train and learn more about Elijah McCoy.
Source: CNET
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