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Salad, tomato, Moderna: in Berlin, a kebab rewards the vaccination

By AFP
17 September 2021   |   6:56 am
A free kebab for every newly vaccinated person. Berlin is trying to encourage people to get a Covid-19 jab as vaccination rates wane in the country.

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