Approximately 60 CVS stores across 21 states are closed, as of Monday.
The chain drug store announced the closures in the wake of protests that began last week following the killing of George Floyd at the hands of Minnesota police. Amid the unrest, businesses in many cities have been broken into and looted.
“More than 250 of our CVS Pharmacy locations across 21 states have experienced varying levels of damage over the past several days,” said Amy Thibault, senior manager of corporate communications for CVS Health.
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