Teresa Cornett sent a message to Stefano Pessina that said:
Dear Ms. Brewer,
Have seen your background in science on LinkedIn, I knew you would be interested in this story.
Yesterday, I went to Walgreens on Kingsley Avenue in Orange Park, FL to pick up a prescription. It was called in by the doctor yesterday but never filled the day it was sent (typical). THE ONLY REASON I GO TO THIS PHARMACY is that they have a drive-thru. I pull up and there are five cars in line. Knowing how slow they are, I decided to go inside (which defeats my purpose of going there for the drive-thru). While standing in line, I realize the outside line is so long because people in cars are getting Covid tests. Makes a bit of sense. I stand in line waiting on the pharmacy tech to give a Covid test to a person in a car. She (the tech) is wearing gloves. After completing the test, she squirts a SMALL squirt of hand sanitizer ON HER GLOVES, rubs them together and comes to help me. Not today. I politely ask her to please change her gloves. She gives me a stare, disappears (I hear water running so, assume she's decided to wash her hands) and comes back to give me my meds. I will be taking my business to a new pharmacy.