New Federal Pharmacy Program To Help Administer Vaccines

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Governor Murphy announced a new federal pharmacy program that will be able to administer additional vaccines through a partnership with CVS and Rite Aid.

Starting February 9th, residents will be able to make appointments at certain CVS pharmacies. Vaccinations are expected to begin on February 11th.

27 CVS pharmacies throughout the state are expected to receive the vaccine. Please note, at this time there is not a list of those locations. In addition, not all locations will be up and running by February 11th.

Please visit: https://www.cvs.com/ for more information.

Rite Aid is still working out the details for the program.
Please visit: https://www.riteaid.com/

The new pharmacy program and Governor Murphy’s press conference from NJ.Com:
CVS, Rite-Aid program will help more people in N.J. get COVID vaccines, Murphy says

Further Reading on the topic from NJ.Com:
CVS says it will start giving out COVID vaccines in some N.J. stores next week

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