Setting up alerts and browser tools helped our columnist schedule time slots for eligible friends and family members in a variety of states
Allow me to put this as nicely as possible, Rite Aid: I’d place your Covid-19 vaccine-booking website someplace between Horrible and Totally Horrible.
First, I had to navigate through a corn maze of menus to find the actual booking page. Then, once I miraculously scored an appointment slot by clicking incessantly, and entered all the requested information, it vanished like a mothball in the snow.
“The Covid-19 vaccine demand heavily outweighs supply,” said a Rite Aid spokesman. “When the appointments are made available they are filled quickly.” An issue on the website, which didn’t hold your appointment slot when you’d start to input your personal information, has since been fixed, he added.