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CAMP HILL, Pa. Nearly 1,300 Rite Aid pharmacies will offer a one-day flu clinic on October 21, 22 or 23, the drug chain announced Monday. Flu shots are available at no cost for patients with Medicare Part B health coverage and $30 for all other patients; pneumonia shots are available for $45.
“Rite Aid is committed to offering our patients programs and services to help them live healthier lives,” stated Robert Thompson, senior vice president, pharmacy operations for Rite Aid. “By offering flu and pneumonia shots we hope to help decrease the number of illnesses and keep our communities healthy this coming flu season.”
A list of participating locations and the date and time of each clinic is available on the Rite Aid website, www.riteaid.com, or by calling 1-866-751-1494.
More than 1,200 Rite Aid pharmacists throughout the country are specially trained to offer vaccinations throughout the year for patients age 11 or older (patients must be age 18 or older in some states).