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Free ice cream pairs well with the COVID-19 vaccine.
Unilever, the maker of Breyers, Klondike and a Good Humor, among other food brands, is offering up free ice cream to health care workers and anyone getting vaccinated at a number of sites across the country starting Friday, CNN first reported. It’s the latest effort by a major company to encourage consumers to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.
The company will give away free popsicles and Klondike shakes at limited locations in Dallas-Fort Worth, St. Louis, Memphis, New York and Los Angeles all day on Friday.
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