CVS is rolling out a new service called Speakeasys that allows customers to get free tests and a free consultation with a doctor before they’re required to visit a doctor.
The new service, launched by the company on Monday, will allow people to sign up to the test for free before visiting a doctor, and then request a consultation.
That consultation will determine whether to schedule an appointment for an exam or to get a vaccine.CVS said the new service is free for people who want to sign-up to the program, but the company will charge $99.99 for a vaccine consultation.
The new test, which can take up to 10 minutes, is designed to speed up the process of getting a vaccine from a doctor or an outbreak response team, according to the company.
It will also give people the opportunity to discuss their concerns with their doctor before getting vaccinated, according the company website.
The company is not charging for consultations in other states, including Washington and Illinois, where the program is available, according a spokesperson for the company, which said that the new site is currently the only one that is currently offering free tests to people who are currently uninsured.
Covid is the most common viral disease that causes people to contract the virus and die from it.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 3.7 million Americans are infected each year, and the number of people with CVD increased by nearly 60 percent from 2015 to 2017.