Washington state will allow adults to claim a free pre-rolled joint when they get their COVID-19 vaccine shot at an authorized weed dispensary, the state’s Liquor and Cannabis Board announced Monday. The “Joints for Jabs” program will run through July 12, with the aim of convincing more residents to get their COVID shot, and came after the state received multiple requests from cannabis retailers to be allowed to give away pot to promote state vaccination efforts. AdvertisementThe state is also offering free sports tickets, a lottery for $1 million, and a free cocktail or drink at participating bars and restaurants for those who get vaccinated. Jay Inslee has said the state will lift all COVID-19 restrictions by June 30, or once 70 percent of Washington residents age 16 and up have received at least one vaccine dose, whichever comes first. Currently, 58 percent of all Washington residents have received at least one dose and 49 percent are fully vaccinated, outpacing the national average of 43 percent.