CVS Reports That Vaccine Demand Has Dropped by 30 Percent

CVS Health says that demand for COVID-19 vaccines at its locations around the country has fallen by nearly a third in recent days as U.S. officials increasingly point to vaccine hesitancy as a roadblock to herd immunity.

The Wall Street Journal reported that CVS CEO Karen Lynch made the comments Tuesday on an earnings call. 

“We have kind of passed the wave of people who really wanted to get it and who signed up,” Lynch said on Tuesday. “There is a part of the population that says, ‘I’m only going to get it if it’s easy and convenient and if I happen to be in a place where I can get it.’ There are other populations where people are just afraid.”

Read the source article at The Hill

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