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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW) — The lucky winners of Ohio’s third Vax-a-Million drawing were just announced Wednesday evening.

Mark Cline, of Richwood in Union County, was the winner of the $1 million prize.

Sara Afaneh, of Sheffield Lake in Lorain County, won the four-year, all-expenses-paid scholarship.

The Ohio Lottery randomly selected the names on Monday, then officials checked to make sure the winners of the $1 million prize and full-ride scholarship were eligible.

The lottery said that this week, 3,362,203 Ohioans tried for the $1 million prize, while 143,604 teens (those 12-17) entered to win the college scholarship, numbers both up from last week.

There are two drawings left: June 14 and June 21. The winners will be announced on the following Wednesdays.

Ohio’s vaccine lottery is an opt-in program. You can register online or by calling 1-833-4-ODH.

Ohioans 18 years and older who have received at least one dose of the vaccine can enter to win the $1 million prizes. Those 12 to 17 who have received at least the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine can enter for a four-year, full ride scholarship to any state college or university.

Find out more about last week’s winners in the video below: