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Ingles Markets To Administer Covid-19 Vaccines

Ingles Markets, Incorporated Pharmacy To Partner with HHS to Administer COVID-19 Vaccines

Ingles Markets, Incorporated (NASDAQ: IMKTA) has announced that the company will be partnering with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to provide the administration of the coming COVID-19 vaccine. Ingles Pharmacies will receive direct allocations of COVID-19 vaccine once a vaccine is approved for its safety and efficacy and recommended for use in the United States.

“We are honored to have been selected to partake in the plan to maximize access to COVID-19 vaccines and to serve our patients and communities; our goal is to provide convenient and safe administration of vaccines,” said Ron Freeman, Chief Financial Officer.

The company has administered influenza vaccines in the midst of the pandemic; during this season, Ingles Pharmacy administered a record number of flu vaccinations. They plan to prioritize the safety and health of their community by continuing heightened cleaning measures and precautions, educating their customers, and wearing protective equipment.

Ingles Markets, Incorporated is a leading grocer with operations in six southeastern states. Headquartered in Asheville, North Carolina, the Company operates 197 supermarkets. To learn more about Ingles Markets and our efforts to end hunger and aid in the education of children, visit ingles-markets.com.

To locate current information about Covid-19 in Buncombe County, please visit https://www.buncombecounty.org/covid-19/default.aspx. There are links to community resources, testing centers, a covid-19 self checker, and reopening guidance. Additionally you can find up to date news and information about the novel coronavirus, and guides on how to navigate the holidays. Remember, for the safety of yourself and your loved ones, please follow all state and county policies to wear face coverings in public and wash your hands frequently. These two small acts of prevention can save countless lives in our community. Be safe, wear a mask.  

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