CAMP HILL, Pa.— Rite Aid (NYSE: RAD) continues to expand COVID-19 testing sites with eleven new locations opening Wednesday, April 22, in Delaware, Idaho, Michigan, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia through its partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Now spanning eight states and 24 store locations, all of Rite Aid’s self-testing sites will be open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. seven days a week and expect to be able to conduct approximately 200 tests each day through online appointments. In total, Rite Aid will have the capacity to conduct nearly 5,000 tests daily across all locations.
New Rite Aid COVID-19 self-swab testing site locations opening Wednesday, April 22:
Dover, DE: 200 Pharmacy Drive in Smyrna
Boise, ID: 3250 S. Eagle Road in Meridian
Grand Rapids, MI: 5995 Kalamazoo Avenue, SE in Kentwood
Saginaw, MI: 4598 State Street in Saginaw
Central, NJ: 31 Mule Road in Toms River
Albany, NY: 1863 Central Avenue in Colonie
Akron, OH: 4053 South Main Street in Akron
Youngstown, OH: 713 North State Street in Girard
Erie, PA: 5430 Peach Street in Erie
Scranton, PA: 20 South River Street in Plains
Virginia Beach, VA: 2293 Upton Drive in Virginia Beach
All Rite Aid drive-up COVID-19 testing locations will utilize self-swab nasal tests overseen by Rite Aid pharmacists. Testing eligibility is based on guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which can be found here.
The testing will take place in each store’s parking lot. As part of the testing process, people must remain in their vehicles from the time they arrive and until they depart.
Testing will be available at no cost to eligible individuals who meet criteria established by the CDC. Patients are required to provide government issued identification, be at least 18 years old and need to pre-register online at www.riteaid.com in order to schedule a time slot for testing.
Rite Aid has partnered with Verily and will use its Baseline COVID-19 Program to provide screening, scheduling and return of results to participants for Rite-Aid testing sites.
Rite Aid also selected BioReference Laboratories to provide COVID-19 laboratory testing to all drive-up locations with the goal of flattening the curve through accessible diagnostic testing.
Clinical oversight for the COVID-19 testing program is provided by PWNHealth, a national clinician network that enables safe and easy access to diagnostic testing.
Rite Aid will continue to provide regular updates on the company’s progress with COVID-19 testing.