Centers For Disease Control Prescription Pick-up Recommendations

Limit In-person Visits to the Pharmacy

The Centers for Disease Control recommends following the below steps to protect yourself from COVID-19 when picking up prescriptions.

  • Check with your doctor and pharmacist to see if you can get a larger supply of your medicines so you do not have to visit the pharmacy as often.
  • If possible, call prescription orders in ahead of time.
  • Plan to order and pick up all your prescriptions at the same time.
  • Use drive-thru windows, curbside or mail-order services.

Important Centers for Disease Control Reminder 

If you or a member of your household has signs of COVID-19:

  • Call your doctor first instead of going to the office or the emergency department.
  • Call 911 if you believe it is an emergency. 

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