CVS clinics are testing your own car delivery for prescriptions

• Nuro, a leading robotics delivery company, announced its partnership with CVS Pharmacy to test drug delivery in the Houston market. In June, the company will use several independent vehicles to deliver prescriptions and essentials to CVS customers, according to a company announcement.

•> As part of the airline, customers in the three different ZIP codes in Houston can order drugs and other items through the CVS Pharmacy application or website, select the direct access option and display their identification to restore their regulation, the company said.

• Nuro said that the Half Level and its stand Prius car will deliver CVS Customers orders within three hours free of charge during the first pilot program.

The CVS drug market link is coming as Nuro goes to market in the automotive market. In February, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration allowed companies to waive some government requirements on cars without drivers. In April, the California Department of Transportation approved the launch of two self-driving cars in the Bay Bay without a driver’s license.

Nuro said its rankings indicate that more than 76% of U.S. residents live within five miles of where the CVS pharmacy is located. Back in March, the pharmacy acquired 99 Schnucks locations, expanding its retail footprint.

“We are seeing a significant increase in drug delivery,” Ryan Rumbarger, vice president of store operations for CVS Health, said in a statement. “We want to give our customers more options than they can get the medicine they need quickly when it is not easy for them to visit one of our pharmacies.”

Nuro Partnership is the latest CVS effort to expand its technology offering. The pharmacy chain teamed up with UPS Flight Forward in late April to transfer prescriptions and drones to Villages, Florida, the nation’s largest pension city.

CVS is not the only retailer that is exploring how to protect its customers safely. Costco recently partnered with Instacart to deliver the drug. Rite Aid and Instacart also recently worked together to provide health and nutrition. In early May, Walgreens introduced a “give-and-take” policy, which allows consumers to assess their health and fitness before collecting.