CVS has dropped its restriction on sales of ‘morning-after’ pills just three days after it was imposed due surging demand in the wake of the overturning of Roe v Wade.
America’s biggest pharmacy chain said there was a ‘sharp increase’ in demand in the minutes after the court decision, prompting it to limit sales to three per woman.
But now demand has ‘returned to normal’, a spokesman told DailyMaill.com, allowing them to remove the restriction. It had affected Plan B pills, which are sold for $49.99 each, and Aftera products, retailed at $39.99.
Rite Aid still has a sales limit in place, while Walgreens is now expecting another delivery of ‘morning-after’ pills for delivery in the coming days after reportedly selling out of its online stock over the weekend.
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