Walgreens removes online purchasing limits for children’s fever medications – The Mercury News

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After weeks of high demand that stretched supply, Walgreens removed its online purchasing limits for children’s pain- and fever-reducing medications on Monday morning, spokesperson Zoe Krey told CNN.

Walgreens only had limits in place on medicines purchased online. It did not have limits on medication purchased in stores.

“So currently, we have no purchase limits either in-store or online,” Krey said.

The change comes after high demand for children’s pain and fever medications led some stores, including CVS and Rite Aid, to limit purchases. A brutal respiratory virus season fueled the sales of kids’ medications to treat pain and fever to 65% higher than what was typical the year before.

CVS on Monday told CNN there is currently a two product limit on all children’s pain relief products at its stores and online. A spokesperson for the chain said the limits were in place “to ensure equitable access for all our customers,” and said CVS was working with its suppliers to ensure continued access to the items.

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