The Swiss radio journalist Roger Schawinski launched a lottery to promote the administration campaign of vaccines against the COVID-19. The entrepreneur of Zurich, as reported by the Swiss public broadcaster SRG SSR and the local newspaper Nzz am Sonntag, has put up for grabs two prizes of 10 thousand Swiss francs, equal to almost 9,240 euros, And four from 1,000 Swiss francs, worth approx 924 euros.
The initiative is promoted by the private broadcaster Radio 1 and from Campax, but Schawinski is already looking for new sponsors. “Help put an end to the Covid pandemic and to protect yourself and those around you ”, is the slogan of the campaign launched by the journalist.
Starting tomorrow, Monday 26 July 2021, anyone who will be injected with two doses of anti-Covid vaccines can participate in the lottery, by registering on the website impfjackpot.ch, currently only available in German. At the moment, Schawinski includes two drawings, scheduled for 9 and 23 September 2021 on the Swiss private broadcaster.
Who is Roger Schawinski
A pioneer of private radio and television in the Zurich area, the 76-year-old Swiss businessman is known as “the former pirate of Pizzo Groppera“, Which stands on the Lake Como, where in 1979 he installed a huge transmitter and thus founded Radio24, the first Swiss private radio, for which however it received an official license only in 1983.
In 1994, Schawinski entered the world of television, founding the regional channel “TeleZüri”, followed in 1998 by “Tele 24”, a broadcaster that broadcast throughout the Swiss. After the sale to the Tamedia group in August 2001, only the first two broadcasters continued their broadcasts.
Vaccines in Switzerland, where we are
According to the latest data from the Federal Office of Public Health, in Swiss, where vaccination is free, the 46.1 percent from the population has completed the vaccination cycle against the Covid.
To date, 3,985,251 people have received both doses of the vaccine, while 777,135 others have been given the first.