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A man waits outside a mobile COVID-19 vaccination centre outside Bolton Town Hall, in Bolton, England, Wednesday, June 9, 2021, where case numbers of the Delta variant first identified in India have been relatively high. (Peter Byrne/PA via AP)

SANTA FE, N.M. — Private child care centers in New Mexico are the latest sites to offer perks to parents lining up to get a coronavirus vaccination.

Running through July 4, they are offering free child care to parents with vaccine appointments and to those who are recovering from vaccine side effects.

That is on top of other corporate and state incentives for getting vaccinated, which range from free beer to lottery sweepstakes.

State early childhood officials announced the participation Wednesday of the state’s largest daycare chains, KinderCare and La…

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