CVS Pharmacy to Launch COVID-19 Vaccinations at 100 California Stores

CVS Pharmacy on Feb. 11 will begin administering COVID-19 vaccines at 100 locations across California, including in at least three Bay Area communities, as part an 11-state rollout, the company announced Tuesday.

The vaccinations will be provided only to eligible populations and only by appointment, which will become available for booking as early as Feb. 9 as stores receive vaccine shipments, the company said.

Among the Bay Area locations are those in Sunnyvale, San Francisco and Sonoma. The company said it plans to expand the program to more locations with the goal of administering 20 million to 25 million shots a month across the U.S.

Other California locations include

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