The Million Dollar Vax is a campaign to help drive up Australia’s vaccination rates. It runs intensively for 4 weeks throughout October, with a total of $3,100,000 of daily gift card prizes to be won and a grand prize of $1 million in cash payable following the end of the campaign.
To enter the Million Dollar Vax competitions simply click here – https://milliondollarvax.com.au
The campaign, created by the "Million Dollar Vax Alliance"" and promoted by Summer Foundation, aims to increase vaccination rates with benefits for the whole community, including protecting those most impacted by the pandemic such as our healthcare and aged care workforce, small and large businesses and those in lower socio-economic circumstances. In the next few months, as Australia opens up, those most at risk will be people living in locations, including regional areas, with low vaccination rates, older Australians and people with disabilities.
According to estimates by KPMG, every extra day of lockdowns costs more than $370 million per day in Victoria and NSW alone. More importantly, every additional day in lockdown creates further loss of jobs and livelihoods, including small business closures and, of course, has significant physical and mental health impacts. International experience suggests that achieving a vaccination rate of >90 per cent of the adult population will be the fastest path for us all to return to a more normal life, minimizing the potential for further business interruption, an end to lockdowns and remove any prospect of further State border closures.
Senet’s gambling law team led by Daniel Lovecek and Julian Hoskins, ably assisted by Rebecca Spiliopoulos has worked collaboratively with Michael Gonksi and the team at Herbert Smith Freehills on a pro bono basis to support the Million Dollar Vax promotion, including by ensuring that it operates in compliance with regulatory rules and that all the necessary regulatory permits were in place before launch.
Senet is proud to be part of the Million Dollar Vax Alliance and playing our part to help protect our vulnerable communities as Australia open back up.