A few restaurants in the US have started to offer discounts to customers who’ve gotten the COVID-19 vaccination. Oak & Reel is an upscale seafood restaurant in Detroit, Michigan, and is offering 50 percent off for dine-in customers who can show proof of vaccination, now that indoor dining is once again allowed. The deal runs through the end of February, and in a post shared to the restaurant’s Facebook account Tuesday (February 2nd) they wrote, “We are so grateful for the work our frontline workers have put in over the last year, and would like to thank them for their efforts.” Another restaurant following suit is the Rumbleseat Bar & Grill in Chicopee, Massachusetts, where they’re offering a 20 percent vaccine discount for dine-in customers each Monday. Restaurant owner Bill Stestson told MassLive, “I want to motivate. I want it known out there that we support people getting the shots.” But before either of these restaurants offered vaccine-related discounts, restaurants in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, may have kickstarted the trend last week. Multiple restaurants owned by the Gates Hospitality Group are offering a “Spread Love, Not Rona” deal—giving 10 percent off to those who show proof of their first vaccination, and 20 percent off for those who have received their second dose.