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CAMP HILL, Pa. — Rite Aid is offering flu shots at all of its stores, the retail pharmacy chain said.
The company announced Monday the availability of the shots, offering during pharmacy hours, with no appointment necessary, for $29.99.
"While it's difficult to predict what any flu season will be like, we do know that getting a flu shot as soon as it is available is the single best way to be protected against the flu," Rite Aid EVP pharmacy Robert Thompson said. "That's why starting now, Rite Aid is making flu shots available all day, every day, to help our customers and communities stay healthy throughout the flu season."