By CBSLA Staff

PASADENA (CBSLA) — Pasadena public health officials Sunday partnered with Huntington Hospital and the Rose Bowl Flea Market to host a COVID-19 vaccine clinic.

The clinic, which was slated to go until 10 a.m., was offering the first 100 people to get vaccinated free admittance to the Flea Market, a $20 value, as an added incentive.

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“I’m feeling good,” said Ruben Alonzo of Victorville, who received his first dose. “The incentive was the money. And then also, I knew it was going to open up on the 15th and that not everyone was going to wear their mask.”

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Officials said also that all eligible individuals who are fully vaccinated by Tuesday may be considered for other cash incentives such as a $50 incentive card and up to $1.5 million from California. For more information on the Vax for the Win program, click here.

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“We are down to our final days before the State opens on Tuesday so this a great incentive for people to come out, get free admission into the Flea market, get vaccinated so they will be able to enjoy more on Tuesday, ” said Lisa Derderian, a City Public Information Officer.