With nearly one-third of U.S. adults now fully vaccinated against Covid-19, according to the most recent data from the CDC, and the number of daily doses being given now headed down, many health officials across the country have turned their attention to those hesitant to get the shot. Some mass vaccination clinics have begun to close, and smaller sites at some unusual locations including strip clubs and crawfish festivals are popping up to take their place.

People leery of getting the vaccine are also being offered incentives to roll up their sleeves, including cash, savings bonds and even booze. And one of the earliest perks announced, getting free marijuana with a Covid-19 vaccine, is proving to be popular with cannabis enthusiasts across the country.

Cannabis flower and marijuana joints against a blue blackground.

D.C. Marijuana Justice (DCMJ), a cannabis policy reform group in the nation’s capital, announced in early January that it would launch its “Joints for Jabs” campaign to reward those who received an inoculation when public vaccination sites began to open in Washington, D.C. And with the campaign now in full swing, DCMJ co-founder Adam Eidinger says that the group has distributed more than 10,000 free joints at multiple events held outside vaccination sites. The giveaways have been a hit with cannabis fans, passersby and even those administering the vaccinations.

D.C. Marijuana Justice (DCMJ), a cannabis policy reform group in the nation’s capital, announced in early January that it would launch its “Joints for Jabs” campaign to reward those who received an inoculation when public vaccination sites began to open in Washington, D.C. And with the campaign now in full swing, DCMJ co-founder Adam Eidinger says that the group has distributed more than 10,000 free joints at multiple events held outside vaccination sites. The giveaways have been a hit with cannabis fans, passersby and even those administering the vaccinations.

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