CVS Health commits to providing Flu Vaccines to communities in need

CVS Health recently announced its $3 million investment in providing increased access to Flu vaccine to the underserved communities. Through its Project Health Initiative, CVS Health has donated $2 million to the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics, which will be looking after the distribution of the vaccines to the underserved communities.

This donation will help the clinics from different cities in their mission of distribution of free vaccines to people who need them the most. The service will be provided in cities like California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Texas. This initiative by CVS Health will increase the affordability of medications and accessibility for people.

SVP of Social Corporal responsibility and philanthropy at CVS Health stated, “Underserved communities have been hit particularly hard by COVID-19, so supporting flu prevention in these communities is even more important. Through our work with Free clinics, and in teaming up with Bank of America and General Motors, we aim to expand our reach who may not otherwise have access to flu vaccines.”

“We are grateful to CVS Health for their continued commitment to supporting Free and Charitable Clinics which provide access to needed healthcare services to underserved communities throughout the country. This program will allow clinics to distribute needed flu vaccines to people in their communities that otherwise might not have access to vaccinations, announced the President and CEO of NAFC.

CVS Health has partnered with Bank of America and General Motors to reach out to even more people in need. Both these companies are giving out vouchers that can be used at CVS Health’s stores to buy medications at a reduced or no cost. With these, they will be able to help a larger population of people to whom services haven’t reached.

“We are committed to working with the public and non-profit sectors as one global community to address this health crisis and to provide the necessary resources to protect our most vulnerable populations. Offering access to free flu prevention complements our other health-focused efforts including supplying PPE, supporting community-based testing and care, addressing food insecurity, and providing access to mental health resources, says Head of Environmental, Social, and Governance in Bank of America.

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