CVS noted they would temporarily limit Plan B purchases and Aftera to three packs per customer. Rite Aid is limiting to three packs per customer as well. A CVS spokesperson says the chain has an “ample supply” of the products online and in-store, but the cap is meant to “ensure equitable access and consistent supply on store shelves.” It was noted the latest ruling on Roe V. Wade doesn’t affect emergency contraceptives like Plan B One-Step. Reports noted no prescription or identification is required to purchase them, and there is no age requirement.
source: Washington Post