Many people have been waiting to get the vaccine as soon as possible. Specially, the frontline workers who have been working really hard specially in covid-19. As of Thursday, the White House have been announced that they will begin shipping COVID-19 vaccines unswervingly to drugstores. Due to this reason, they have hope is to get the lead into the arms of the Americans faster.
Furthermore, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the federal program will be implemented in phases, based on available vaccine supplies. The goal is to get it at some of the major retailers like CVS, Rite Aid, and Walgreens, as well as big box stores like Walmart and Costco.
Initially, the federal government will ship about 1 million doses to 6,500 drugstores across the country, including Indiana. Kroger Pharmacies in Hoosiers will essentially obtain the vaccine on Thursday, but Hoosiers will not be able to register until Friday at select stores.
In this regard, the official stated that Kroger officials ask customers to be patient with its rollout as it will take time. The said that the “Some doses will go to the people in the first dose. Some people will [get] the second shot.” Said Kroger, a spokesman for Eric Halvorson. So the pharmacist in every store is very careful to monitor who comes and when, so they can keep up with everyone and the individual needs to dedicate appropriate care to each person.”
Now, if you are working for the Kroger, and want to register yourself and want to schedule your vaccine slot with the officials. Then you need to visit the Kroger website and you need to register it online. They will ask you to call to fix time or fix your time to come to the store. Just be sure to bring your insurance and ID card while going for the vaccine once its scheduled. Have you scheduled your vaccination? Let us know in the comment section below!