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Hello everybody.

There are two ways to interpret this situation. The first goes along the lines of“Objectively, home delivery seems great, but people are voting with their feet—and they’re

voting for retail pharmacies.”

I don't know what the bold part means, would you please tell me what it means?

In the following, people are voting with their feet—and they’re voting for retail pharmacies, it means people don't choose home delivery and they prefer retail pharmacies, am I right?

Thanks for the help 😊🙏

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