Way to go people at CVS pharmacy.
(CVS pharmacy is popular in West Virginia. We have them across the state.)
I stopped by one tonight (on a Sunday) on my way home from work to pick up a few necessities like coca-cola and cookies and bottle water. (you can laugh aloud now at m necessities).
It was 6:30 p.m. on a Sunday night.
The pharmacy section had closed at 6:00 p.m.
A customer showed up in the back and started talking to the pharmacist thorough the shut door.
The customer said, I guess you’re closed up for the night.
The pharmacist said, yes, and asked if the prescription had already been filled that he’d go ahead and get it for him.
The man said, no, it wasn’t called in yet. My wife cut her eye today and I was hoping to get the ointment tonight to help her.
That pharmacist went ahead and opened up the window. It appeared he was the last one left.
I could tell he was going to go ahead and fill that prescription despite the pharmacy closing 30 minutes prior to this.
I left to the check-out for main store products and I felt glad to know the pharmacist was helping a person despite the pharmacy section being closed.
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