Register at the Los Alamos COVID-19 vaccine clinic scheduled for this Wednesday and receive a $100 gift card.
For the next four days, the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) is running a vaccine incentive program to encourage New Mexico to reach its goal to fully vaccinate 60 percent of its population by June 17.
The incentive is a $100 gift card for every eligible New Mexican who either receives a COVID-19 booster of Pfizer or Moderna or the single dose Janssen vaccine between Monday, June 14 and Thursday, June 17.
To qualify for the $100, New Mexicans will be required to:
- Register at a clinic to receive a booster or the Janssen single dose COVID-19 vaccine at https://goodtimes.vaccinenm.org/good-times/
- Provide proof of residency in New Mexico (such as an identification card, pay stub or utility bill)
- Provide the CDC vaccine card or other proof that a first dose was administered if this is a booster. New Mexicans who may have misplaced their CDC vaccine card can obtain vaccine records at http://vaxviewnm.org or call the help desk at 833-882-6454
The $100 gift card incentive will either be provided at the clinic or mailed to the qualifying individuals.
Taxes are the responsibility of the recipient of the incentive.
This incentive extends to individuals who register for the clinic hosted by Nambe Drugs and Los Alamos County, 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 16 at the Los Alamos High School Duane Smith Auditorium.
Los Alamos’ clinic has secured 500 doses, a combination of Moderna and Janssen (Johnson and Johnson) vaccines.
After registering, individuals are advised to visit: https://lacnm.com/VaccineDocs for materials and instructions needed for the event:
- Moderna and Janssen COVID-19 fact sheet;
- COVID Vaccine Consent Form, to be completed, signed and brought to the appointment;
- Information on how to register with the CDC V-Safe site: https://vsafe.cdc.gov;
- Reminder to bring insurance and Medicare cards, if applicable;
- Reminder to bring the white CDC vaccine card; and
- Reminder to take the online NMDOH ONLINE Medical Questionnaire the morning of the appointment.
Los Alamos County Emergency Manager Beverley Simpson asks appointment holders to arrive within 10 to 15 minutes of their appointment time and to wear a mask. For those who have booked an appointment, but need to cancel, Simpson requests that they do so as soon as possible to open up space for others. However, if the conflict is only with the hour, she recommends the individual contact her directly at 505.709.8632 so she can adjust the time accordingly and the individual does not lose their space.
Vaccinated individuals 18 years and older are also reminded to sign up for the NMDOH Vax 2 the Max Sweepstakes to be eligible to win prizes. For more information on who is eligible, how to sign up and the various prizes visit: https://vax2themaxnm.org/sweepstakes/
For more information on county related issues regarding COVID-19, visit the county website at https://lacnm.com/COVID.