The Hong Kong SAR Government has just released the registration details to their incentivising Lucky Draw for residents who have received both their doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. In order to work towards herd immunity in the city, the Lucky Draw includes a grand prize of a brand new apartment at Grand Central and twenty HK$100,000 pre-paid credit cards.
According to the Lucky Draw criteria, “all eligible participants must be Hong Kong residents who are aged 18 or above and have received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccines in Hong Kong on or before 1 September 2021.” Participants are required to register and submit their applications via the Lucky Draw website by 5:30 p.m. on the 1st of September, 2021. The Government will also provide Lucky Draw ambassadors who will be available to help the public with online registration.
There will be a total of 21 winners in the Lucky Draw, who will be randomly selected at 12:00pm on the 8th of September, 2021 by a specialist computer system designed by Ernst & Young Advisory Services Ltd. The results will be announced on the Lucky Draw website on the same day, will be published in local newspapers, and the winners will be contacted directly.
The grand prize award is a one-bedroom residential apartment, at the address Unit D, 47/F., Tower 3, Phase 2, Grand Central (凱滙), No. 33 Hip Wo Street, Kwun Tong, Hong Kong, with a floor area of approximately 449 square feet and a value of approximately HK$10,800,000. “Any Hong Kong stamp duty, registration fees and solicitors’ fees involved for the winner to receive the grand prize, and the first year management fees in respect of the grand prize, will be solely and fully borne by the Sponsors.”
Hong Kong residents permanent and non-permanent residents, including those holding a Hong Kong employment visa such as domestic helpers, are eligible to win one of the twenty prizes of a pre-paid card or credit card with a value of HK$100,000 each.
This Lucky Draw is sponsored by the Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation, Sino Group, and the Chinese Estates Holdings Limited.
There are a number of other incentives for residents to obtain both of their Covid-19 vaccinations, as they are encouraged to work towards herd immunity and re-boost the city’s economy.
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