Well, it’s not weed or alcohol or money. But hey, free animals in exchange for a quick jab with a needle ain’t bad.

This weekend, the Oregon Zoo is offering 1,000 passes for anyone who receives a COVID-19 vaccination at the Oregon Convention Center and other clinics focused on immunizing the BIPOC community.

The passes are valid through December and available while supplies last.

“As our region looks to meet the governor’s goal of a 70% vaccination rate, we need to do everything we can to encourage people to get these safe, effective vaccines,” Metro Council President Lynn Peterson said in a press release.

The latest numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that 60,625 adults need to receive the vaccine in order to hit the benchmark needed for the state to fully reopen.

The last day of operation for the clinic at the Oregon Convention Center is this Saturday, June 19. The site is open 9 am to noon and accepting walk-ins, though reservations are encouraged.

C’mon, do it for Moshu.