Kroger, said Thursday it will increase the production capacity of its COVID-19 vaccine to 1 million doses per week through pharmacies, clinics and vaccination sites. The first hour is for pharmaceutical work will be spent administering vaccines.
This “moment of focus” will be launched in Ohio and expanded to other states as vaccine supply permits. Kroger also plans to start a partnership between Kentucky and Ohio to hold 100 mass vaccination campaigns across the country.
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Kroger will pay his employees a one-time $ 100 to receive the vaccine and will continue to order the masks in Texas and Mississippi, and the governors of those two states have canceled the masks. Shares of Kroger are up 15.2% last year, while the S&P 500 SPX is up 1.20% and 42.2% over the period.