Maine McDonalds Using Coffee Cups To Encourage Covid-19 Vaccines

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According to WABI, McDonald’s is working on a new project to help spread the word about Covid-19 vaccines and the importance of getting vaccinated. The food chain giant has teamed up with the White House to promote vaccines and will be featuring a saying by the U.S. Department Of Health […]

According to WABI, McDonald’s is working on a new project to help spread the word about Covid-19 vaccines and the importance of getting vaccinated. The food chain giant has teamed up with the White House to promote vaccines and will be featuring a saying by the U.S. Department Of Health And Human Services on its coffee cups.

Starting in July, McDonald’s will be releasing the new line of cups that will have the saying “We Can Do This,” as well as the website for those still looking to schedule an appointment to receive the vaccine. It is estimated that Mcdonald’s plans to run this promotion for several weeks and will release 50 million of these redesigned cups.


 

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