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Hudson's Bay Is Offering Up Stores Across Canada As COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

The company has reportedly approached health officials about the idea.💉
Hudson's Bay COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics Are Being Offered By The Company

Canadian retailer Hudson’s Bay has approached the federal government about offering its department stores as locations for COVID-19 vaccination clinics, according to a new report.

The concept of Hudson’s Bay COVID-19 vaccination clinics has been shared with governments and health officials across the country, per The StarPhoenix.

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Hudson’s Bay has offered free space to governments and health authorities to host vaccination clinics in our retail stores across Canada,” a company representative explained in a statement.

“It’s imperative that we all work together and we want to do our part to support the critical vaccination effort in our communities,” she added.

Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Health responded to the offer, describing it as “truly inspiring to have such support during this unprecedented time.” However, they noted that enough venues had already been secured to provide vaccinations.

Narcity has reached out to Hudson’s Bay for additional information. This article will be updated once a response is received.

*This article’s cover image is for illustrative purposes only.

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