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Coronavirus in Texas

Texas' biggest county saw a sixfold jump in vaccine rates after offering $100 for first doses

Other city and county governments in Texas are offering incentives to unvaccinated people to get a shot. Statewide, vaccination rates have increased modestly.

Dave DeJohn, a teacher at Yates High School, gets vaccinated by pharmacist Ilana Druker at Houston Independent School District’s Hattie Mae White Educational Support Center in Houston on Jan. 9, 2021.

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