CVS Pharmacy COVID-19 Vaccination Launch Pushed Back One Day

CVS Pharmacy on Tuesday announced it is pushing back the start date for its COVID-19 vaccination program at California stores to Friday to ensure sufficient supplies of doses. The program was originally scheduled to launch Thursday.

The pharmacy chain will be administering COVID-19 vaccines at 100 locations across California, including in at least three Bay Area communities, as part of an 11-state rollout, the company announced last week.

The vaccinations will be provided only to eligible populations and only by appointments, which will now be available for booking by Thursday, the company said. The original first date for making appointments was Tuesday, Feb. 9.

Among the Bay Area locations

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