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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 10: Syringes containing a dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine are viewed at a clinic targeting Central American Indigenous residents at CIELO, an Indigenous rights organization, on April 10, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. CIELO launched an outreach campaign for vaccinations to address language barriers, accessibility, mistrust of government and misinformation among Mexican and Guatemalan Indigenous residents. They have suffered disproportionately during the pandemic with many losing work in the hospitality industry. St. John's Well Child and Family Center is administering COVID-19 vaccines across South L.A. in a broad effort to bring vaccines to minority communities. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Anyone know Christine Duval? She is now $2 million richer!

According to Fox 2 Detroit, she got hooked up with the grand prize in Michigan’s vaccine lottery, which included dozens of $50,000 awards for daily winners and nine college scholarships. Michigan had previously announced several daily $50,000 winners and the million-dollar prize, which was awarded to LaTonda Anderson from Grand Blanc.

The  high school students that got hooked up with the scholarships:

  • Landon Burkhart, Dakota High School, Macomb County
  • Karan Choudhary, Plymouth High School, Wayne County
  • Josiah DeBaets, Eastern High School, Kent County
  • Ian Miller, Salem High School, Wayne County
  • Meadow Surman, White Lake Middle School, Oakland County
  • Mallory Wheeler, Reading High School, Hillsdale County
  • Jackson Wittwer, Eisenhower High School, Macomb County
  • Kamare Wright, Thurston High School, Wayne County
  • Hudson Chambers, Grand Rapids City High Middle School, Kent County

According to the state, 2.4 million residents signed up for cash prizes while 106,000 high schoolers entered to win the scholarships.

Congrats to the winners!

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