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Rite Aid to expand COVID-19 drive-through testing; no-charge sites to open across Baltimore

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Posted at 11:07 AM, Feb 11, 2021
and last updated 2021-02-11 11:07:56-05

BALTIMORE — Rite Aid is expanding it’s COVID-19 testing to all remaining drive-through locations, with several new no-charge sites opening across Baltimore on Friday.

The testing sites will utilize PCR, simple self-swab nasal tests overseen by Rite Aid pharmacists and will operate through the chain’s drive-through windows to ensure the safety of customers seeking other services in-store. However, patients are required to pre-register on the company's website to reserve a time slot.

Testing is available for all individuals 4 years of age or older, regardless if they are exhibiting symptoms.

This reduction in eligibility age comes at an important time to help families get tested and stay safe as schools reopen and more extracurricular activities resume.

Since the start of the pandemic, Rite Aid has remained committed to expanding access to essential testing services, and now operates more than 1,200 testing sites across 16 states.

The following is a list Rite Aid COVID-19 testing locations that will be opening across Baltimore:

250 Englar Road, Street 22Westminster
728 East Pulaski HighwayElkton
1520 Rock Spring RoadForest Hill
1003 Pulaski HighwayHavre de Grace
25 Jones Station Road WestSeverna Park
7501 Ritchie HighwayGlen Burnie
7967 Baltimore Annapolis BlvdGlen Burnie
1720 Main StreetChester