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According to the AARP, drugstores like CVS Pharmacy will ship eligible prescriptions to those advised to stay indoors, and some insurers are allowing early refills and extending terms, like turning a 30-day supply to a 90-day supply.
Here are the pharmacies that will waive fees for same- and next-day prescription deliveries, as well as mail deliveries, until May 1.
Free one-to-two-day delivery is encouraged for high-risk customers until May 1.
For customers not feeling well, free delivery of prescriptions and certain household items is available.
Home delivery is available upon request with no delivery fees.
The chain is also waiving delivery fees for all eligible prescriptions.
Interested customers should contact their pharmacist and insurer for eligibility details.
Since the first reports of COVID-19 in December, the virus has infected more than 64,700 people in the United States, according to the World Health Organization, resulting in about 900 deaths.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has urged social distancing and, in its March 15 guidance, advised against gatherings of 50 people or more for eight weeks.