Rite Aid is now giving customers the ability to see if they have COVID-19, even if they don’t have any symptoms.
They are expanding on self-swab testing sites at its current sites, allowing those 18 and up to resister, even at its website.
From WJW Fox 8 News Cleveland:
The pharmacy chain also plans to open 46 new testing sites around the country by May 11. At that time, Rite Aid will be able to complete 10,000 tests a day.
Locally, there are two Rite Aid locations were one can get tested: Akron and Parma.
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