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PENNSYLVANIA is expanding pharmacists’ role in rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine

Reports from Elizabeth Town, Lancaster County. Susan: Sloan Pharmacy in Elizabethtown expects a shipment of a hundred doses of the COVID vaccine on Friday. Your fresh flasks will store in this newly purchased freezer. >> We’re excited. We are very excited to try to help in any way we can. Suzanne: The governor signed a temporary waiver allowing pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and certified entrants to administer the virus vaccine without a doctor’s order. >> As far as vaccination is given, this is nothing new to us, just a different person who has to research and stay on top. Tom: Sloan planned to use these first doses to vaccinate employees. It has over 50 locations across 4 locations. >> I’m excited to have it and I’m excited to give it to other people. Susan: Other people must have happened to ya

Pennsylvania allows pharmacists to order and administer the COVID-19 vaccine

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Pennsylvania is allowing more pharmacists to give the COVID-19 vaccine when it is available. Tom Wolfe agreed to a temporary waiver allowing licensed pharmacists from the State Department to order and administer the Coronavirus vaccine without a doctor’s request, and Sloan Pharmacy in Elizabeth Town, Lancaster County expects to ship 100 doses on Friday, and moderna vials will be available stored in a newly purchased refrigerator. We are excited. Company owner Tim Zusch said, We are very excited to try to help in any way possible. “In terms of giving vaccines, this is nothing new to us, just a different thing we had to research and stay in,” said pharmacist Molly Bell, “Sloane will use his first doses. To vaccinate employees The pharmacy has more than 50 workers in its four locations, and Bill said, “I’m excited to get it, and I’m excited to give it to other people.”

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Pennsylvania is allowing more pharmacists to give Covid-19 A vaccine when it is available.

Governor Tom Wolf A. Temporary assignment Pharmacists licensed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are allowed to order and administer the Coronavirus vaccine without a doctor’s request.

Sloane Pharmacy in Elizabethtown, Lancaster County, expects a shipment of 100 doses on Friday.

Moderna flasks will be stored in a newly purchased refrigerator.

He was excited. Owner Tim Zusch said, ‘We’re very excited to try to help in any way we can.’

Pharmacist Molly Bell said: “In terms of giving vaccines, this is not something new for us, it is just a different vaccine that we had to look for and stay on top of it.”

Sloan will use his first doses to vaccinate employees. The pharmacy employs more than 50 workers in its four locations.

“I’m excited to get it, and I’m excited to give it to other people,” Bill said.