If I have done contract labor in Fayetteville, do I qualify for the incentive?

Yes. You will need to provide supporting documentation to assist the City in validating that you are employed to work within Fayetteville, such as an invoice for work completed at a Fayetteville address during the qualifying time period (August 17 through October 15, 2021).

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1. What do I do if I have lost my COVID-19 vaccination card?
2. What type of photo ID can be used to claim my payment?
3. I got a booster shot between January 18 and March 18 - does this qualify for the incentive?
4. If I have done contract labor in Fayetteville, do I qualify for the incentive?
5. I received my first dose of vaccine before January 18, but will receive my second dose between January 18 and March 18, do I qualify?
6. Can I send someone else to pick up my incentive payment?
7. I received my vaccine before January 18, but my child was vaccinated within the eligibility period. Can I still claim incentive payment(s) on their behalf?
8. When is the last day I can apply for an incentive?
9. How old do I have to be to apply for the incentive?
10. How can I apply if I do not have an internet-ready device?
11. What if I have permanent residence in Fayetteville but attend college in another City/State?
12. Are college students attending class in Fayetteville eligible for the incentive?
13. After I have completed my application, how long will it be before I can pick up my incentive payment?
14. If I work in Fayetteville but live somewhere else is my child eligible for the incentive?
15. How do I apply if I live in Fayetteville, but have no permanent address?