CVS is testing driverless vehicles in Houston for safe, socially distanced medical deliveries

Get the Full StorySelf-driving vehicle startup Nuro announced yesterday that it will deliver medical prescriptions autonomously to residents in parts of one Texas city. It could be a boon for the health and safety of those made even more vulnerable because of the coronavirus pandemic. According to a company announcement, Nuro will partner with CVS, one of America s biggest pharmacy chains, to deliver prescriptions to customers in a pilot area, which is made up of three zip codes in Houston, Texas. Read: Uber scraps thousands of Jump ebikes, because recycling them is too complicated Starting next month, CVS customers can choose the autonomous This story continues at The Next Web