- Treatment Updates
- United Way of Ulster County COVID 19 Community Resources and Links
- Radio Kingston Community Fund (Kingston and Kingston City School District area)
- Coronavirus Hudson Valley Resources
- Residents over 60 years of age may be available for a variety of services (including meal deliveries and medical appointment transportation) visit the Ulster County Office for the Aging or call 845-340-6456 for more information.
Chain Pharmacies Offering Free Delivery in Ulster County
Call your local location for additional information
- Duane Reade, Inc/Walgreens
- Hannaford Bros Co
- Kinney Drugs, Inc.
- Price Chopper Supermarkets/ Market 32
- Rite Aid Corporation
- Stop & Shop
- Tops Markets
- Walmart 1-800-2-REFILL (1-800-273-3455)
Local Pharmacies Offering Delivery
Contact local store for delivery area and other details.
- Catskill Pharmacy- Kerhonkson 845-626-0900
- Matthew’s Pharmacy- Ellenville 845-647-6222
- Port Ewen Pharmacy- Port Ewen 845-331-4229
- Nekos-Dedricks Pharmacy- Kingston 845-338-8000
- Saugerties Pharmacy- Saugerties 845-246-5649
- Woodstock Apothecary- Woodstock 845-679-0790
Rite Aid location: 351 Flatbush Avenue, Kingston
Testing will begin at this location on Monday, May 11, 2020
The Testing will operate under the following guidelines:
- Testing will begin on Monday, May 11, 2020.
- Testing will be free of charge to patients.
- Testing is still by appointment only via www.riteaid.com
- Scheduling of appointments will begin on Sunday, May 10, 2020.
- Rite Aid recently expanded its testing criteria. Testing will include all individuals over the age of 18 with or without symptoms.
- A Rx from a doctor or health care provider will not be required.
- Instead of using tents located in our parking lots like previously done, patients will arrive and come through the pharmacy drive through where they will receive a test kit through the drive through drawer. Testing will be completed in the confines of the patient’s car, sealed by the patient, and then handed back to the Rite Aid pharmacists through the drawer. Alternatively, some sites may use a drop box type kiosk for testing to be deposited and collected by Rite Aid personnel to minimize contact.
- Rite Aid will be utilizing the self-swab nasal tests.
- Clinical oversight for the COVID-19 testing program is provided by PWNHealth, a national clinician network that enables safe and easy access to diagnostic testing.
- Rite Aid has partnered with Verily and will use its Baseline COVID-19 Program to provide screening, scheduling, and return of results to participants at Rite Aid testing sites.
- Bio-Reference Labs will be doing the testing and reporting all results to NYDOH and County Health Departments.
- At present, each site will have the ability to conduct 50 -100 tests per day.