Good News for Tennessee As Kroger to start offering dates for the COVID-19

One of the major and acknowledged grocery store chains in America, Kroger have announced Covid-19 Vaccination center at Tennessee. The company said it has received a limited supply of the vaccine and will begin administering it in 115 pharmacies across the state.

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In addition, the company Kroger recently announced on Wednesday that it has partnered with the Tennessee Department of Health to administer the COVID-19 vaccine at its drugstores across the state. The company said it has received a limited supply of the vaccine through the Federal Partnership Plan for retail pharmacies and will begin administering it by assignment at 115 pharmacies across Tennessee.

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Now, if you want to setup your appointments which can be made by visiting kroger.com/covidvaccine or by calling 866-211-5320.

In addition, all individuals can be requesting an appointment must meet the criteria for the current stage of the vaccination plan. Beginning February 24, Tennessee is vaccinating people in stages 1a1, 1a2, and 1b, and people 65 and over – which now includes K-12 and child care personnel.

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There is no charge for the vaccine. Kroger said they has no preference between the Moderna vaccine and Pfizer-BioNTech because both have been shown to be safe and effective and he will use either of them – depending on which one he receives from the country allocation.

Here’s the official statement “We appreciate this collaboration with the Tennessee Department of Health and the CDC as we continue to work to vaccinate Tennessee against COVID-19,” said Jeremy Crane, head of health and wellness for the Kroger Division of Nashville. “We strongly encourage all customers and associates to receive the vaccine to limit the spread of COVID-19 in our communities.”

As of February 22, the company said it had administered more than 468,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in 25 states.

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