Harvey's is hopping on the bandwagon of vaccine perks in Canada by offering free burgers to people across the country.

In Ontario, the "Harvey's RV" will be going to pop-up vaccination clinics throughout the GTA in June and July and giving away burgers at no cost to people after they get a dose at those spots.

Everyone else in Canada can get a burger by sharing their vaccination selfie or a photo of their vaccination record on social media, tagging Harvey's and using #CanadasBestShot.

People can also enter by commenting on Harvey's social media posts and sharing their vaccine stories.

Afterwards, eligible people will get a DM with a code for redeeming a burger via the web or the app. Harvey's says it's giving away over $250,000 worth of burgers through this promotion.

What vaccine incentives are being offered in Canada and around the world?

So many vaccine perks are being offered in Canada, the U.S. and countries around the world to get doses into people's arms.

An Ontario museum is offering free admission in July and August to anyone who has proof that they've been "JabbedLikeJagger," which is also a punny way to promote the Rolling Stones exhibit that's opening there later this year.

In the U.S., people can get a COVID-19 vaccine at Sahlen Field, the temporary home of the Toronto Blue Jays, and then a free ticket to a game next year just for getting a dose.

Also, participating Krispy Kreme locations in the U.S. are giving out one free doughnut each day until the end of 2021 to people who show their vaccination cards.

Some states are even holding lotteries for people who get a COVID-19 vaccine and residents can win huge cash prizes.

Australian airline Qantas is offering free unlimited travel for a year along with flight vouchers, discounts and other prizes to fully vaccinated customers.