US: Steps to get a free Covid-19 vaccination at a pharmacy

US: Steps to get a free Covid-19 vaccination at a pharmacy

The United States has been carrying out a successful vaccination campaign against the coronavirus that is reflected in the low number of daily infections and in the increasingly low mortality.

Faced with an increasingly encouraging outlook, many cities in the country are beginning to open up and lower restrictions due to COVID-19. And whoever wants to receive a dose and enjoy the freedom that allows them to be inoculated, can follow a few simple steps and go to the nearest place to receive the vaccine.

According to figures published by the US authorities, the United States some 163.9 million people (49.4% of the population) have received at least one dose, of which 130.6 million (39.3%) are already fully inoculated, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

To receive a vaccine is very easy, the person does not need an appointment. The first thing anyone who wants to receive it should do is go to Google and put in the search engine “CVS vaccine against covid”.

Once on the CVS page, the interested party must go to “schedule an appointment” and then put the city or zip code, then different available dates will be displayed.

After setting the date, the page will display different locations to select from. Once you have chosen the pharmacy, you can choose the time you want to receive the vaccine.

When the date, place and time are determined, the interested party must fill in information about the type of health coverage they have, if they do not have they can also select that option and they will still receive the vaccine. All service is FREE.

Finally, the screen will show all the information for the confirmed shift and the type of vaccine the person will receive (Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson or Moderna). If you need two doses, it will also show the second due date.

Coronavirus infections in the United States have plummeted at rates not recorded in more than 11 months, this has generated optimism that vaccination campaigns are curbing both severe cases of COVID-19 and the spread of the virus.

With the decrease in cases, hospitalizations and deaths, the United States seems to return to life before the pandemic: bars, restaurants and stadiums with a public without a mask, something unthinkable in many parts of the world.

Health experts credit the effective launch of the vaccination campaign for the turn of events. More than 60% of the population over the age of 18 has received at least one dose of the vaccine, and nearly half are fully vaccinated, according to the CDC.

But the demand for vaccines has fallen across much of the country. The federal government is trying to convince other Americans to register to be vaccinated, using an encouraging message that inoculation offers a return to normalcy.

White House health officials even offered dating advice for couples. They are collaborating with dating apps to put vaccination badges on profiles and bonuses for those who have been vaccinated.

The governments of Ohio, New York, Oregon, and other states are encouraging people to get vaccinated with lottery prizes of up to $5 million.

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