” She was like, No, it was– you got a meningitis shot,” she stated. “I stated, well, why was she providing me a meningitis shot I didnt anticipate. Thats not what I came in here.”.
” I see why people are scared of the COVID shot due to the fact that they do not know what they get,” she said. “I simply truly do not desire it to occur to no one else because its scary.”.
” She was like, No, it was– you got a meningitis shot,” she said. “I stated, well, why was she offering me a meningitis shot I didnt expect. Thats not what I can be found in here.”.
By Amanda Lamb, WRAL reporterRaleigh, N.C.– A Raleigh female who thought she had actually gotten her first dosage of coronavirus vaccine said Thursday that she was offered a different vaccination instead.
CVS authorities stated in a statement that the pharmacy “administered the correct vaccination that the client requested and signed for.” They said they have actually offered to provide her with 2 dosages of coronavirus vaccine and respond to any questions she might have.
” They informed me it was obligatory for me to keep working, and if I didnt get it, I would have needed to quit working,” Huddleston said.
Cintia Huddleston was a bit hesitant to get immunized, but she ultimately had no choice because she works in nursing homes.
Huddleston stated she settled on the Moderna vaccine and got her shot. She then sent her boss a text validating she had received the very first part of the two-dose regimen.
Huddleston has actually lodged a grievance with the North Carolina Pharmacy Board, which is examining the incident.
” Moderna and meningitis doesnt sound the exact same,” said Huddleston, who got her first Moderna dose at a Walgreens pharmacy today.
So, she stopped at a CVS on Wake Forest Road in Raleigh on Aug. 5 prior to heading to work.
When she went back to the CVS on Sept. 8 to get the 2nd shot, she was shocked to discover out she never in fact got the Moderna vaccine.