2 More NJ Rite Aid Stores to Start Coronavirus Testing
A Rite Aid Pharmacy in Camden County and another in Ocean County will become coronavirus testing sites this week.
Monday, April 20, the Rite Aid on Clements Bridge Road in Barrington will begin COVID-19 testing everyday from 9a-5p, and expects to be able to conduct about 200 tests each day, according to 6abc.com.
A Toms River Rite Aid will make it's drive-thru available for testing Wednesday, April 22.
The appointment-only tests, accessible at no cost, will reportedly be a self-swab system with the guidance of a Rite Aid pharmacy member. Patients must be 18, and are required to provide government issued I.D. Pre-registration is also required via www.riteaid.com.