CVS now accepting walk-ins for COVID vaccines

CVS is now accepting walk-in coronavirus vaccine appointments at hundreds of pharmacies across Ohio.

Patients can also schedule same-day appointments as soon as an hour from the time of scheduling at CVS updates its vaccine scheduler throughout the day to account for cancellations.

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As of Tuesday, CVS is offering the vaccine in more than 8,300 stores in the U.S. The pharmacy has a second-dose compliance rate of more than 90%.

“We continue to orchestrate an all-out effort to vaccinate the nation against COVID-19,” said CVS Health President and CEO Karen S. Lynch. “Thanks to the dedication and effort of our colleagues, I am proud to say we helped achieve the President’s accelerated 100-day goal of 200 million vaccines and have administered over 17 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to date. Our customers continue to give us high satisfaction scores based on their interactions with colleagues and our customer-centric digital approach for scheduling appointments.”

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