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Students, doing your part to stop the spread of COVID-19 means you're eligible to win prizes!
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Upload a photo of your vaccination record for an entry into weekly drawings! You must have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine to be eligible. Using the secure sweepstakes entry form linked below, your vaccination record will be kept confidential. 

Vaccinated months ago? You can enter the sweepstakes!
Not yet vaccinated? You can enter too - just get your first dose to become eligible.
Oops. . . Where is that card? Your vaccination record is provided during your first vaccination appointment. A local Health Department office or the provider who originally administered your vaccine can provide you a replacement copy of your vaccination record through a shared database if it has been lost.

Prize drawings will take place on the following four Wednesdays:
September 8th, September 15th, September 22nd, and September 29th
You must upload your vaccination record the Tuesday prior to the drawing date by 11:59 PM to be entered in that week's drawing. Your entry will stay in for the duration of the sweepstakes or until you have been drawn as a winner. You do not have to enter more than once. Entering more than once will not increase your chances of winning.

Prizes include:
September 8: Apple AirPods with Charging Case
September 15: Macbook Air and Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones Bundle
September 22: Apple AirPods with Charging Case
September 29: Macbook Air and Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones Bundle
Want to get vaccinated? Students and employees can receive free COVID-19 vaccines at the Mainline site in the Maxwell Hall annex. This screening and vaccination site is open weekdays from 7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. with a break for lunch from 11:30 a.m. - Noon. Calling ahead is welcome, but not required. Contact Mainline at (870) 224-0647.

If you have questions specific to your individual medical history, please discuss them with a health care provider.

Vaccines have been proven to both reduce the likelihood of contracting the virus and significantly lessen the symptoms and severity of those who may still contract COVID-19 after being vaccinated. (Here are some tips from the CDC for those who have already been vaccinated against COVID-19.) The CDC still recommends face coverings for vaccinated individuals in areas with high rates of spread, including southeast Arkansas.