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CVS, Walgreens Announce Weekend Closures as Omicron Cases Soar


CVS and Walgreens, two of the biggest pharmacy chains in the United States, are temporarily closing some stores this weekend because of staff shortages complicated by the soaring number of people infected with the Omicron variant.

Mike DeAngelis, a spokesman for CVS, said the “vast majority” of stores were operating with normal hours this weekend. There are more than 9,900 CVS stores across the United States.

“A tiny fraction of stores are temporarily closed on one or both days of the…



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