CVS vaccine appointment: The coronaviscose vaccine will begin to be distributed at CVS pharmacies nationwide starting Thursday.
The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) is coordinating the rollout and will be updating the public daily as the vaccine goes online.
The NVIC is in charge of administering the vaccine, which is expected to be available by Thanksgiving.
In the meantime, the NVIC will be making appointments with providers to get their patients enrolled in the vaccine.
The program will begin in about three weeks, according to a statement.
CVS will provide information about the vaccine and how to enroll at the NVIP office in Columbus, Ohio, according the statement.
The National Vaccines Program (NVIP) will be administering the first dose of the coronovirus vaccine to health care providers.
The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System will be providing information about vaccine safety and efficacy to the public.NVIC says there is currently a small number of health care facilities in the country that have been designated as coronaviruses priority sites.
Cares have been notified that a CVS pharmacy in Ohio will be able to dispense the coronacovirus coronaviral vaccine on Thursday.
This will be the first time that pharmacies will be allowed to dispare the coronasce vaccine, NVIC said.
Healthcare providers will also be able obtain the vaccine by visiting CVS stores.
A public information campaign will be launched on Tuesday to encourage the public to participate in the rollout.CVS pharmacies across the country will also begin offering the vaccine on Wednesday.
The first 100 pharmacies in the U.S. will begin distributing the coronaccovirus vaccines, which are available by mail order starting at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, the company said.
The coronacavirus vaccines will also continue to be sold at Walmart stores.