Washington state to offer marijuana to people who get vaccinated against Covid-19

Washington state to offer marijuana to people who get vaccinated against Covid-19

It is about the "Joints for Jabs" proposal, which is valid until July 12 and which will give away a marijuana cigarette to all those over 21 who appear to be vaccinated. In this article, all the details! Keep reading for more.

It is about the "Joints for Jabs" proposal, which is valid until July 12 and which will give away a marijuana cigarette to all those over 21 who appear to be vaccinated. In this article, all the details! Keep reading for more.

Although the vaccination campaign was a success, there are millions of unsolicited doses in stock that are about to expire.

Although the vaccination campaign was a success, there are millions of unsolicited doses in stock that are about to expire.

Although the US president, Joe Biden, scheduled donations of vaccines for those countries that did not have equal access to them, authorities are still looking for them to be applied.

For this reason, the state of Washington approved the initiative to give marijuana cigarettes to all those over 21 who are vaccinated against Covid-19.

Washington approved the initiative to give marijuana cigarettes to all those over 21 who are vaccinated against Covid-19.

This initiative, which will run until July 12, was called "Joints for Jabs" and was announced by the State Council for Alcoholic Beverages and Cannabis, giving permission to retail stores to offer cannabis to those people who are vaccinated within their establishments.

Although this proposal is novel, it was not spared from controversy and it was not the first of its kind. In the same state of Washington, beer and other alcoholic beverages had already been offered to those who attended to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

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