175 restaurants of Connecticut currently participating in the program. Included are units of national chains, local multi-unit operations and single establishments. Read More.
As the movement of COVID-19 vaccinations started nationwide, Connecticut restaurants are giving a free drink to residents of their state. The offer will start on May 19th. It deal ends June 1. Customers who show their evidence of vaccination—and buy food from the restaurant entertaining them—can select an alcoholic or nonalcoholic beverage from the menu of participating place.
The offer begins on May 19, the date capacity limits and virtually all other restrictions except a facemask requirement are scheduled to end for Connecticut restaurants. As per the source.
Under the #CTDrinksOnUs notice, only one free-drink menu is allowed per vaccinated guest. Customers can collect a free beverage if they’ve got at least one vaccination dose.
The deal was the result of a collaboration between the Connecticut Restaurant Association (CRA) and Gov. Ned Lamont. “Helping get as many people vaccinated as possible is the best way to get customers back out to restaurants, helping create jobs and bolster local economies throughout Connecticut,” Scott Dolch, the CRA’s executive director, said in a statement.
This is one of the steps to encourage people to get vaccinated. Many restaurants are offering incentives to their employee as a reward if they complete vaccination.
The doughnuts and coffee chain announced in March that it will provide a free Original Glazed doughnut every day to the rest of 2021 to any customer who shows a vaccination card revealing they’ve taken at least one dose.
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“According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 2.4 million Americans are now receiving a dose on a typical day. That average is down from 3.4 million in mid-April”
About 105 million residents of the United States have been inoculated to date, the agency says.
175 restaurants currently participating in the program listed here.
Included are units of national chains, local multi-unit operations and single establishments.
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