CVS to Close 900 Stores
MOUNT PROSPECT, IL - JUNE 23: A woman walks into a CVS store June 23, 2005 in Mount Prospect, Illinois. CVS has introduced their new CVS One-Time-Use Video Camcorder, the world's first single-use point-and-shoot digital video camera. The under $30 camcorder, built on Pure Digital Technologies' imaging platform, can capture up to 20 minutes of digital quality video and sound. After its use, a consumer can return the camcorder to their local CVS and receive, that day, a DVD of their recorded efforts. (Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images)

CVS announced on Thursday that it would be closing 900 stores in the next three years.

The plan for the pharmacy chain is to close about 300 each year.

The company has almost 10 thousand stores in the U.S.

According to a CVS spokesperson, pharmacies located within Target stores will likely not be affected by the closures.

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