As COVID-19 cases continue to climb, CVS and Target are joining the list of retailers that will require customers to wear face coverings in their U.S. stores.
In the wake of protests stemming from the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, CVS has opted to temporarily close some stores across 20 states in an effort to protect employees and customers.
With a number of CVS stores in Harlem, at its annual investor day on Tuesday, CVS announced that it plans to open 1,500 HealthHub stores by the end of 2021.
Although Texas and Mississippi have announced that they will be lifting statewide mask mandates, consumers in the two states may still have to wear face coverings at some stores and businesses.
In response to the rocky coronavirus (COVID-19) rollout, many of the nation’s retail pharmacies are stepping up to help.
CVS and Walgreens are starting to send teams of pharmacists to nursing homes and long-term care facilities across the country to administer COVID-19 vaccinations.
When a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine is approved, you’ll probably be able to get it at your neighborhood supermarket or drugstore.