The company says it hopes to help its customers find thousands of nurses and pharmacists for vaccination shortly.
The CVS chain, the largest in the U.S. by the number of pharmacies, has taken a rather unusual step. Expecting a coronavirus vaccine to become available soon, the company asked its customers to help fight the pandemic and find qualified workers. '' In particular, the CVS encouraged customers to help find thousands of pharmacists, nurses, and technicians who would be responsible for millions of vaccinations.
The request was made in an email that CVS customers received. Unusual times require unusual solutions, and the pharmacy chain uses every means to prepare for vaccination. It is expected that in the coming months or even weeks, the coronavirus COVID-19 vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna will appear in the pharmacies. It will require qualified personnel to perform the vaccination process successfully. However, conventional personnel search methods cannot deliver the right results in the shortest possible time.
While the main task of providing vaccination will fall on the shoulders of medical institutions, it will also be joined by American pharmacy chains such as Walgreens, Rite Aid, and major retailers. Large pharmacy chains promise customers that once the vaccine is available, it will be available immediately.
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