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Nominate a Healthcare Hero To Win 2 Free Roundtrip Tickets on Jet Blue Airlines! 100,000 Will Get 2 Free Tickets To Anywhere Jet Blue Flies

HOT!!! Nominate a Healthcare Hero To Win 2 Free Roundtrip Tickets on Jet Blue Airlines. 100,000 Will Get 2 Free Tickets To Anywhere Jet Blue Flies! The list of proffesions that count as a Healthcare is huge! Of course includes Doctors, Nurses, Police Officers, Firefighters... but also includes 100 others such as Plasma Blood Donors people who work for health manufacturing, pharmacists, social workers, and over many more. Check out the full list in the post below. THIS WILL BE A FAIRLY EASY ONE TO WIN SO MAKE SURE TO SIGN UP ALL THOSE PEOPLE WHO ARE WORKING SO HARD
    1. CLICK HERE to nominate
    2. You can nominate as many as people are you want, do it one at a time
    3. Who qualifies as a Healthcare Hero? see the full list below
Prizes: Ninety thousand (90,000)Grand Prizes: each Grand Prize consists of two (2)JetBlue Travel Certificates, each redeemable for one (1) JetBlue round-trip flight, valid from any city to any city that JetBlue flies to, in accordance with the terms and conditions as delivered with such Travel Certificates. The approximate retail value ("ARV”) of each Grand Prize = $500. Total ARV of all Grand Prizes = $45,000,000. Winners are solely responsible for government taxes/fees associated with flight booked as well as all applicable federal, state, or local taxes on the value of the prize won.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO WIN?? Eligible Healthcare workers, Public Health workers, and First Responders are defined here as those who are actively serving outside of their homes on the frontlines of the of the Covid-19 response in the following roles:
a. Workers who perform critical clinical research, development, and testing needed for COVID-19 response.
b. Healthcare providers and Caregivers including physicians, dentists, psychologists, mid-level practitioners, nurses and assistants, infection control and quality assurance personnel, pharmacists, physical and occupational therapists and assistants, social workers, optometrists, speech pathologists, chiropractors, and diagnostic and therapeutic technicians and technologists.
c. Hospital and laboratory personnel (including accounting, administrative, admitting and discharge, engineering, epidemiological, source plasma and blood donation, food service, housekeeping, medical records, information technology and operational technology, nutritionists, sanitarians, respiratory therapists, etc.).
d. Workers in other medical and biomedical facilities (including Ambulatory Health and Surgical, Blood Banks, Clinics, Community Mental Health, Comprehensive Outpatient rehabilitation, End Stage Renal Disease, Health Departments, Home Health care, Hospices, Hospitals, Long Term Care, Nursing Care Facilities, Organ Pharmacies, Procurement Organizations, Psychiatric Residential, Rural Health Clinics and Federally Qualified Health Centers, and retail facilities specializing in medical good and supplies).
e. Manufacturer workers for health manufacturing (including biotechnology companies), materials and parts suppliers, logistics and warehouse operators, distributors of medical equipment (including those who test and repair), personal protective equipment (PPE), isolation barriers, medical gases, pharmaceuticals (including materials used in radioactive drugs), dietary supplements, blood and blood products, vaccines, testing materials, laboratory supplies, cleaning, sanitizing, disinfecting or sterilization supplies, and tissue and paper towel products.
f. Public health / community health workers, including those who compile, model, analyze and communicate public health information.
g. Blood and plasma donors and the employees of the organizations that operate and manage related activities.
h. Workers who manage health plans, billing, and health information, who cannot practically work remotely.
i. Workers who conduct community-based public health functions, conducting epidemiologic surveillance, compiling, analyzing and communicating public health information, who cannot practically work remotely.
j. Workers performing information technology and cybersecurity functions at healthcare and public health facilities, who cannot practically work remotely.
k. Workers performing security, incident management, and emergency operations functions at or on behalf of healthcare entities including healthcare coalitions, who cannot practically work remotely.
l. Pharmacy employees necessary to maintain uninterrupted prescription filling.
m. Workers performing mortuary funeral, cremation, burial, cemetery, and related services, including funeral homes, crematoriums, cemetery workers, and coffin makers.
n. Workers who coordinate with other organizations to ensure the proper recovery, handling, identification, transportation, tracking, storage, and disposal of human remains and personal effects; certify cause of death; and facilitate access to mental/behavioral health services to the family members, responders, and survivors of an incident.
o. Police officers, paramedics, EMTs, firefighters, and those who are immediately responding to the scene of emergencies and accidents to provide assistance in an official capacity on the frontlines of Covid-19.