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Cash for Shots

As colleges offer students freebies and financial incentives to get a COVID-19 vaccine, scholars and campus leaders are divided on whether paying students to get vaccinated is equitable -- or ethical.

Colleges are giving out a wide range of freebies — gift cards, T-shirts, free courses or hard cash — for students who can show proof of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. But decisions about whether to incentivize the vaccine and how to go about it are fraught with ethical questions for scholars and campus leaders.

By Sara Weissman, Inside Higher Ed

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