The Hustler Club in Las Vegas will host a mobile vaccination site on its premises, which will take walk-ins from those aged over 21.
Las Vegas has one-upped other states and given some of its residents a unique incentive to get a Covid-19 jab this weekend. A local strip club will play host to a Covid-19 vaccine pop-up clinic and give special perks to fully vaccinated customers.
Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club was announced as one of the six new pop-up vaccination clinics in Clark County, Nevada, according to the Southern Nevada Health District, which listed the club as a temporary vaccination site.
“The Southern Nevada Health District and its partners continue to make it convenient for people in Clark County to get their Covid-19 vaccine by offering locations throughout the valley,” said the District in a news release. The Hustler Club will be open for walk-in appointments on Friday, May 21, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
While the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that everyone aged 12 and older should get vaccinated, a website detailing vaccine site information said the pop-up location at the Hustler Club was open only to those aged 21 and over.
According to a press release from the Hustler Club, the mobile vaccine clinic will be stationed at the club’s entrance “to serve as an amenity for both employees and club-goers alike.”
While this cannot compare to the $1 million jackpot that five vaccinated Ohio residents will walk away with, the club is throwing its full support behind the vaccine rollout, with special packages for customers who show proof that they are fully vaccinated. The Hustler Club will give these customers a special platinum membership card, a free bottle on the house, dances from a “vaccinated entertainer,” and other perks.
“The safety of our guests has always been our utmost priority,” said Hustler strip club operator Jason Mohney in the news release.
“We are doing our part to promote the efficacy of the Covid-19 vaccine in hopes that our industry is able to return to some sense of normalcy in the near future,” he added.
Strip clubs across the country have struggled during the pandemic, especially because adult entertainment providers are prohibited from receiving federal aid.