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Kinney Drugs announces new resources for COVID-19 testing and vaccines

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GOUVERNEUR, N.Y. – Since 1903, Kinney has been a trusted healthcare resource for local communities. To that end, the company is introducing new resources to reassure the public that Kinney is part of the vaccination solution and to provide reliable, clear information on COVID vaccines and testing. The company invites people to sign up for COVID updates (via text, email and online) to “be the first to know” important updates on several key fronts including vaccines, clinics, and testing:

Vaccine and Clinic Updates

Testing Updates

  • Kinney is conducting asymptomatic COVID testing at numerous locations in VT and some in NY, with more NY locations scheduled to come online in early January.
  • In both NY and VT, patients schedule an appointment via an online portal, come to the drive-thru window to get a sample kit, and perform a self-test in their vehicles. In VT, patients return their sealed sample kits through the drive-thru window. In NY, patients drop their kits in an outdoor lockbox. Kinney’s partner labs collect the samples, conduct the tests, and post test results to an online portal, typically within three to five days, but sometimes as early as two days.
  • To learn more about COVID testing at Kinney including locations and scheduling, visit:www.kinneydrugs.com/pharmacy/covid-19/covid-19-testing/

“Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been Kinney’s top priority to be there for our communities to provide the medications, supplies, and care they need,” said Rebecca Bubel, president of Kinney Drugs. “To that end, we have been partnering to provide COVID testing and look forward to expanding those capabilities to help meet growing demand. Similarly, when vaccines are authorized and made available to the general public, Kinney pharmacists will administer them based on established vaccine prioritization guidelines. As we have since 1903, our employee-owners remain 100% committed to supporting our communities on the front lines. By working together, we can help bring this pandemic under control,” said Bubel.

 


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