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This castle, associated with the famous horror novel, is now the hub of a local vaccination drive. Name it and you could win a cash prize

16 May 2021 - 00:01 By Elizabeth Sleith

It's no huge surprise that vaccine tourism has started to gain momentum in the past few months. Initially it had a distasteful air: the super-rich jumping the queue by jet-setting to foreign places for jabs.

Then some countries started dangling it as a carrot to lure long-term visitors. Dubai , for instance, is offering a 12-month working visa, which entitles the holder to be vaccinated.  In Mauritius, long-term-visitor visas also include the right to free immunisation. And recently the Maldives said it would soon be offering the shots as part of holiday packages...

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