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I don't know about you, but I've been trying to stay out of stores as much as possible. Chris Rollins and myself are the only ones who are at the radio station, so we're not exposed to many people. After my shift at the radio station, I pretty much go straight home, unless I am picking up groceries curbside.  My husband has been doing all the grocery shopping, since his job requires him to be more exposed to the public than mine. I know so many people are turning to grocery delivery services to get what they need to avoid going into any stores, and I hear good things about it. Now, a popular delivery service is not just getting your orders filled from your grocery stores, but now prescriptions too.

According to, Instacart, which is one of the most popular grocery delivery services out there right now, is now offering delivery for prescriptions from Costco.

Now, the cool thing is, you don't have belong to Costco to get your prescriptions there. This has been a policy of Costco for as long as I can remember. So you just get your prescription sent there and when you receive a text that it's ready, follow the link and set up delivery through Instacart. You can even get your prescription the same day.

I know picking up prescriptions is something that was stressing people out because they always had to go into the stores to pick them up, but now, they don't have to. For more instructions on how to get your prescription through Instacart, click here.

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