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CooperVision Extends Deadline for Essential Hospital Workers Program to August 31

The program is designed for eye care professionals who would like to offer complimentary lenses to their patients.




(PRESS RELEASE) As COVID-19 cases surge in many areas of the U.S., hospital workers are still very much on the front lines of care. During this time, CooperVision remains committed to helping eye care professionals provide necessary support to these patients through its Essential Hospital Workers Complimentary Contact Lens Program, and has now extended the deadline for the program to August 31, 2020.

The program is designed for eye care professionals who would like to offer complimentary lenses to their patients who are essential hospital workers in their communities, if they choose to do so. Through the program, CooperVision provides the lenses—one box per eye, per patient—to ECPs at no cost.

For further details about the program, including how to obtain contact lenses for eligible patients, please visit here.


Single Vision Just Got an Upgrade

Standard single vision lenses are the biggest part of every eyecare professional’s business. And now, the innovators at ZEISS Vision Care have raised the standard in the category with the introduction of ZEISS ClearView lenses. Offering many of the advantages of freeform-optimized lenses with the cost benefit of a standard single vision lens, ZEISS ClearView’s advanced freeform lens design uses point-by-point optimization of the lens surface to deliver on average a three times larger zone of excellent clear vision. ZEISS ClearView lenses are up to 16% thinner and 49% flatter than previous ZEISS single vision lenses and also offer sunglass-level UV protection. Available as surfaced and stock lenses, ZEISS ClearView lenses are now available in North America. For more information, visit

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