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NYC And Rhode Island Stop & Shop Now Accepting Walk-Ins For Vaccines

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Stop & Shop says that all 14 of its New York City pharmacy locations and all 14 of its Rhode Island pharmacy locations are now accepting walk-ins for the COVID-19 vaccine. Customers can still schedule appointments on Stop & Shop’s website, but appointments are no longer required to receive an immunization.

Stop & Shop pharmacies across New York City and Rhode Island each offer either the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine. Customers can walk in and receive a COVID-19 vaccine at any of the following locations, though walk-ins will be determined by supply levels.

New York City locations:

  • Brooklyn (625 Atlantic Ave.);
  • Brooklyn (1710 Ave. Y);
  • Brooklyn (2965 Cropsey Ave.);
  • Arverne By The Sea (70-20 Rockaway Beach Blvd.);
  • Bronx (961 East 174th St.);
  • Bronx (2136 Bartow Ave.);
  • Bronx (Co-Op City Blvd.);
  • Flushing (31-06 Farrington St.);
  • Howard Beach (156-1 Crossbay Blvd.);
  • Elmhurst (74-17 Grand Ave.);
  • Ozone Park (92-10 Atlantic Ave.);
  • Springfield Gardens (134-40 Springfield Blvd.);
  • Staten Island (1351 Forest Ave.); and
  • Staten Island (2754 Hylan Blvd.).

Rhode Island locations:

  • Cranston (Atwood Avenue);
  • Cranston (Garfield Avenue);
  • Cumberland (Mendon Road);
  • East Providence (Pawtucket Avenue);
  • Greenville (Putnam Pike);
  • Lincoln (George Washington Highway);
  • Middletown (West Main Road);
  • North Providence (Mineral Spring Avenue);
  • North Smithfield (Smithfield Road);
  • Narragansett (Point Judith Road);
  • Pawtucket (Cottage Street);
  • Providence (Manton Avenue);
  • Warwick (Quaker Lane); and
  • Warwick (Warwick Avenue).

Stop & Shop has been proud to support New Yorkers and Rhode Islanders throughout the pandemic, most recently by administering the COVID-19 vaccine, said Katie Thornell, director of pharmacy operations at Stop & Shop. The company is prepared to continue helping members of the community protect themselves against COVID-19 by allowing all in New York City and Rhode Island the convenience of walking into any of its local pharmacies to receive their immunization without needing an appointment.

In December, Stop & Shop announced a partnership with the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services to be among the first COVID-19 vaccine providers, making the shot available to its customers across the Northeast. The coronavirus vaccine is being administered at no out-of-pocket cost.

During immunization, customers will be required to wear PPE and pharmacists will be equipped with masks, gloves and face shields. The pharmacy team utilizes the same thorough disinfection protocols for all patients, disinfecting and sanitizing between each patient to ensure the health and safety for all.

Flu, pneumonia, shingles and other immunizations are currently available to customers at all Stop & Shop Pharmacy locations. To find your nearest Stop & Shop pharmacy, visit stopandshop.com/pharmacy

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