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Rite Aid offering COVID boosters for children

Rite Aid offering COVID boosters for children

PHILADELPHIA  _ Following FDA authorization and new CDC recommendations, Rite Aid stores, including Bartell Drugs in the Pacific Northwest, are now offering updated boosters of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for children ages five and older. Both vaccines require that it has been at least two months since completion of primary COVID vaccination series

Rite Aid offers Family Immunization Days

Rite Aid offers Family Immunization Days

PHILADELPHIA – Getting vaccinated can be a family affair. Rite Aid will offer Family Immunization Days at select stores, including Bartell Drugs in the Pacific Northwest, providing families convenient opportunities to walk in and get the vaccinations they need to protect themselves against COVID-19, the flu and other diseases. Rite Aid Family Immunization Days are

Walgreens hosting vaccination clinics at community colleges

Walgreens hosting vaccination clinics at community colleges

DEERFIELD, Ill. – Walgreens is partnering with the Biden administration to host COVID-19 vaccination clinics for community college students, faculty and staff, throughout May and June. The chain has also worked with more than 15 universities as part of its efforts to expand vaccine access and get more populations inoculated. With approvals continuing to allow

Study: Rx vaccines can save time, money

Study: Rx vaccines can save time, money

  SAN FRANCISCO — Patients could save time and money if federal law is reformed to allow pharmacists to administer all Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended vaccines, a study released today by the Pacific Research Institute found. Click here to download a copy of the study. “Adult vaccines can improve people’s health, but our nation’s vaccine

More immunization authority for N.Y. pharmacists

More immunization authority for N.Y. pharmacists

A lot of the talk concerning New York state these days centers on the expansion of the minimum wage for fast-food workers to $15 an hour, as recommended by a panel appointed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. But another expansion in New York involves pharmacists: the ability to provide immunizations. Earlier this month, Cuomo signed into