Target Is Paying People To Get A COVID-19 Vaccine In Stores Across The U.S.
They're paying both employees and shoppers.
Target, one of America's largest grocery store chains, is looking to pay shoppers and employees to get a COVID-19 vaccine dose at CVS pharmacies inside its locations across the United States.
The grocery store announced on Tuesday that it will be giving those who get vaccinated at an in-store CVS location a $5 credit to spend in-store.
In order to register for a dose, go to this website and search for an open appointment at a participating location near you. You'll receive the $5 coupon after your dose.
CVS is offering the Pfizer, Moderna, and now the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccines following the FDA and CDC's recently lifted "pause" on the single-shot J&J vaccine.
Target is not the only grocery store attempting to vaccinate its workers and customers. Both Walmart and Sam's Club are both offering walk-up and scheduled vaccination appointments at more than 5,100 pharmacy locations nationwide.
The CDC has a robust website with all the latest information on the vaccines and can answer any questions you may have. Click here for more information.