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Coronavirus in NY: Pharmacies offer free home delivery of medications

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Pharmacies across New York state are offering free home delivery of medications during the coronavirus pandemic, the Community Pharmacy Association of New York State (CPANYS) announced Monday.

According to WIVB, people can get prescription medicine delivered in-person through a courier service or by U.S. Postal Service mail, UPS and FedEx. Participating drug stores and retailers include:

  • Duane Reade, Inc/Walgreens
  • Genoa Healthcare
  • Hannaford Bros Co
  • Kinney Drugs, Inc.
  • Noble Health Services
  • Price Chopper Supermarkets/ Market 32
  • Rite Aid Corporation
  • Stop & Shop
  • Tops Markets
  • Town Total Health
  • Walmart
  • Wegmans Food Markets
  • Weis Markets
“The Community Pharmacy Association of NYS and its chain pharmacy members are pleased to assist with Governor Cuomo’s request to offer free home medication delivery for patients across the State,“ said Mike Duteau RPh, President of CPANYS, in a statement. “This means that a majority of the State’s pharmacies will be offering this important service in every county and geographic region, along with curbside access and drive thru where possible to help prevent the need for individuals to enter stores. We applaud Governor Cuomo’s strong leadership during this pandemic and are proud to partner with him to keep New Yorkers safe.”

CPANYS says some medications may not be eligible for home delivery services, such as controlled substances or medications that require special handling. For more information, NYS residents can contact their local pharmacies or visit the pharmacy websites.

 

This article was originally published by , syracuse.com

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