Walgreens is taking a number of steps in its stores and pharmacies across the U.S., and introducing additional services, to help support customers and patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning Friday, March 13, Walgreens is waiving delivery fees for all eligible prescriptions, during this evolving situation.
Walgreens pharmacists continue to collaborate with health plan partners, physicians and state officials to ensure that patients have access to the medications they need through services like 90-day refills and early refill authorizations.
The company is reminding customers of a number of available services, including Walgreens Pharmacy Chat, a secure platform available 24/7 online and through the Walgreens mobile app, as well as pharmacy drive thru for customers looking for alternative ways to access their medications. Customers are also able to use the drive thru to purchase select products.
Walgreens Find Care can seamlessly connect customers to a wide selection of health care services from local providers, as well as various telehealth options and services available online and through the Walgreens app.
Due to high demand and to best meet customer needs, Walgreens has put into effect purchase limits on certain products to improve inventory and to help ensure products can be more widely available.
To make online shopping even easier, there will be FREE delivery on any purchase on Walgreens.com until further notice, with no minimum purchase required.