CVS Pharmacy — vaccine
I got a flu shot from CVS Pharmacy this Thursday around 6:30 pm. The Pharmacist who administrated the vaccine used a small alcohol pad. He took the wipe and made 1 narrow small swipe with the alcohol pad used on my left deltoid. Then he removed both of his hands (for a minute) away from my shoulder and then he gave me the vaccine in my shoulder.
I don't see how he was able to find the spot where he swiped my shoulder with the alcohol pad before he injected the vaccine. I know that the staph bacteria on the skin should not get into the skin. One reason alcohol pads are used is to prevent bateria from getting into the skin that could cause blood poisoning or inflammation of the heart lining before a injection. The pharmacist told me he could see where the wet swipe mark was so he could inject the vaccine. I don't think he injected me where he swiped the alcohol pad. Is this proper protocol to inject a vaccine? Please get to the bottom of this matter.
I am attaching a lawsuit which I filed a while ago. This will give you the explanation that I believe is the reason for the pharmacist act.
CVS Pharmacy Location (Main/Levita)
480 S. Main
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