Hudson County Pharmacist Sold Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Cards
Acting AG Platkin Announces the Arrest of Hudson County Pharmacist Charged with Selling Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Record Cards to Individuals Who Did Not Receive the Vaccine. A Hudson County Pharmacist was arrested and charged with selling fake COVID-19 vaccination record cards to individuals without administering the vaccine and entering false information into a State-managed database of COVID-19 vaccination records.
Mark Cuban's online pharmacy aims to reduce prescription drug prices
Take With Food Prescription PhotoPhoto by Shopify Partners from Burst. “We started Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company because every American should have access to safe, affordable medicines. If you don’t have insurance or have a high deductible plan, you know that even the most basic medications can cost a fortune.” — Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug company‘s mission statement, which is a letter from billionaire investor, Mark Cuban.
Mark Cuban's online pharmacy could save the government $3.6 billion dollars annually
Following up on previous news about Billionaire Mark Cuban's new online pharmacy, Cost Plus Drugs has hit the ground running with the potential to save the US Government approximately $3.6 billion annually. After launching in January of this year, the online website now has over 300 generic drugs.
City News to be replaced by retro drug store!
The neon-esque City News sign as it appeared in 2019 -Optopolis. If you remember Cheyenne's City News store, chances are you'll remember the popcorn or some other aspect of that store; it is finally getting replaced once again, this time by a retro drug store!
The iconic Katz Drug Store chain began in Kansas City with founders and brothers, Isaac and Mike Katz
Photo by National Cancer Institute on Unsplash. Pharmacies have come a long way since Mike and Ike Katz opened their first two drug stores in Kansas City, Missouri. In 1892, Isaac "Ike" Katz and his family traveled from Ukraine to St. Paul, Minnesota. When Ike was 13, he dropped out of school. He earned money by selling items like newspapers to Northern Railroad passengers. If items were tossed away, he would get them for reselling to the next group of passengers.
Billionaire Mark Cuban has opened an online pharmacy to provide lower cost medicine for the masses
“Everyone should have safe, affordable medicines with transparent prices,” Mark Cuban in a quote on MCCPDC’s website. On January 19, venture capitalist Mark Cuban of Shark Tank and Dallas Mavericks ownership lore opened the online pharmacy Cost Plus Drugs, which provides prescriptions at wholesale costs to customers.
Rite Aid to close Washington Heights location in May
Rite Aid pharmacy at the intersection of St. Nicholas Avenue and West 186th Street.(Anthony Payero/NewsBreak) (NEW YORK) One of the few remaining chain drugstores in Washington Heights will shut its doors for good on May 3, according to Patch. The Rite Aid, located at 1510 St. Nicholas Ave., has serviced the surrounding neighborhood for over a decade, a company spokesperson confirmed to Patch.
ALCO Med-Project provides free disposal options for medicine
(Jenny Evans / Getty Images) (ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) The Alameda County MED-Project offers free and safe medicine disposal options for Alameda County residents. The Alameda County MED-Project provides residents with an opportunity to safely dispose of both their unwanted medicines and any potential sharps (including insulin or injection needles).
Billionaire Mark Cuban's New Online Pharmacy, Generic Drugs at Affordable Prices
Mark Cuban, Billionaire entrepreneur, Shark Tank investor, and owner of Dallas Mavericks has started a new venture in online pharmaceuticals. The online pharmacy costplusdrugs.com will be the store for hundreds of generic drugs.
Walgreens and Other Testing Locations Cancel COVID Testing Appointments
Several testing centers around the country and in our state have canceled COVID tests with limited notice to customers. A lab backlog in CT forced a pharmacy to cancel 700+ COVID-19 testing appointments without warning. This trend is happening throughout the nation as resources for COVID-19 tests are at an all-time low.
Mount Vernon Pharmacy In Baltimore Temporarily Pauses COVID-19 Vaccinations To Complete Audit
From filling a seemingly never-ending pile of patient prescriptions to fulfilling COVID-19 vaccinations, staffers working at local pharmacies are being stretched to the limit. Yet, they still must undergo a state-mandated audit.